Fictional screen robots have long represented our fear of technology. A new animated family film combines this trepidation with many parents' fear of losing offline connection with their kids.
Dogged, a new play at Griffin, seeks to tell both sides of the Australian story, exploring ideas of territory, guilt and culpability.
With her incandescent anger, sharp tongue and courage, Kate Jennings spoke to power. Her death offers a moment to reflect on the role of writers as forces of social change.
To be effective, a video needs to be clear about its message and relatable. The government's milkshake video seemingly about consent failed on both counts. But these videos get it right.
Directors and designers can collaborate remotely in a virtual space.
Public education and engagement with research can be improved using technology commonly found in computer games.
This third, and possibly final, biennial shows artists are deeply embedded in the politics of today.
Unorthodox methods and aesthetics are celebrated in the NGV’s latest acquisition.
As machines become more sophisticated, will artificial intelligence be the evolution or the end of art?
The world presented in children’s books is overwhelmingly white, male and middle class. Here are five books with main characters more representative of the real world.