dLux MediaArts is one of Australia’s longest running screen arts organisations. From its inception as the Sydney Super 8 Group in 1982, through to the Sydney Intermedia Network in the 1990s, dLux MediaArts has been committed to supporting the development, engagement and experience of Australian screen and digital media culture.

Its diverse programs not only reflect the ongoing challenges of artistic production in a rapidly changing technological world, but also seek to document the rich history and evolution of Australian artists working with film, video and interactive media through its national touring program with regional galleries, online archive, international touring exhibitions and through its dLab National Program.

dLux MediaArts is the custodian of over 30 years worth of Australian new media art: Scanlines which also comes with an online component: Scanlines.net