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ARI Remix Project Update + Feedback Survey

As you probably know by now the ARI Remix Project is a new not-for-profit, artist-led archive collaboration mapping the unmapped diversity of the 1980-2000 Queensland Artist-Run Scene.


Stage One 1980-1990 is in development now by members of the ARI Remix Collective.


And this month, after a series of IT challenges, complications and delays this year we are back up to speed during August and September to continue growing,  building and refining this artist-led archive over the next six months.


Thanks for your patience and your understanding this year.  And thanks for your quality attention, participation and for actively and passionately engaging with us during the last three years of development, we are deeply touched and elated that over 30,000 unique-users around the globe have been directly engaging with the archive so far.


Mindful that optimizing, debugging, building, growing, nuancing and refining an artist-led archive of events and experiences from over thirty years ago is a necessarily slow collaborative process we value your comments and insights. This will help us best move forward and continue the research mindfully.


If you have a few moments to kindly complete this online survey we would be very grateful.


Currently we are preparing a report for the acquittal of the Arts Queensland funding for research and development during 2015-2016 and we would look forward to your feedback. Thanks 🙂


NB: If you have problems with the link below you can find the survey in the drop down menu under the PARTICIPATE feature on the home page.


Feedback Survey LINK


Photo: Dada Do, 1986 Photographer: Jose Macalino