Art Month Issue 255, November, 2012
Frost has worked as an artist in various media including film, video and painting, and as a writer, curator, critic and lecturer. As a member of the filmaking trio The Marine Biologists ( with Nick Meyers and Sean O'Brien), Andrew Frost co-wrote and appeared in a number of experimental films including Edge of Nowehere  Ropo's Movite Nite  and The Big Lunch .
His essay Intelligent Dolphins: From Metaphysical TV to Remix Culture, published as part of the 2006 dLux Media Arts program SynCity, traced the connections between the Super 8 scene of the 1980s and contemporary image making practice.
His article in Art Month documents this colourful past in celebration of 30 years of dLux.
"I remember the colours. there was the orange cast of Kodachrome 40, Ektachrome 180 blue, and the Japanese-green of Fujichrome. This was the raw stuff of Super 8, a home movie technology that had been invented in the mid 1960s. the poor cousin of the grown up guages of 16mm..."
Read more about Super 8 in Scanlines
Download the Art Month article Super 8 Deluxe
True Blue Love (2005)
Artist: Pierre Proske
True Blue Love (TBL) is a mobile phone social networking experience, designed to explore the politics behind intimate phone-based relations. Using Series 60 Symbian phones, each participant enters the characteristics of their ideal sexual mate into the application. Every time another phone running the application comes within range, a love metric calculates how closely the other person matches the participant's ideal mate. If the match is close, the phones will emit a raucous mating call. The ridiculous sounds function as social ice-breakers, and the unwilling couple may want to discuss what it is that they have in common that triggered the noise.
View True Blue Love in d/Archive.
True Blue Love was exhibited part of d/Lux's 2006 MobileJourneys program.
Bush Mechanics—The Game (2002)
Artist: Warlpiri Media
Are you ready to take on the Tanami Track? It’s a hot and dusty place out there. Your mission is to get the Bush Mechanics band from Yuendumu to Alice Springs for a gig. Along the way there are a few puzzles and some questions that any good Bush Mechanic should be able to answer. Bush Mechanics - The Game is a fun interactive experience of life as a Bush Mechanic in the remote Tanami Desert of the Northern Territory.
View Bush Mechanics in d/Archive
Bush Mechanics was exhibited part of d/Lux's 2003 Futurescreen: Plaything program.