The AEAF archive is a collection of material from experimental and contemporary art practice in Australia.
This AEAF website lists exhibition and event details from
2010—2016. ---> Exhibitions
A second website houses information on 1995—2009 programs and is avaliable
through the Pandora service of the National Archive ---> LINK
The aeaf has substantial holdings of slides, vhs video, publications, publicity related to events at the aeaf, and small press publications, produced in-house by the aeaf and others.
The aeaf has a small collection of rare artist's books, many by fluxus artists from australia, and the US. The collection was originally donated by inaugural director Noel Sheridan. The collection is not currently available to the public but interested researchers with a specific focus are welcome to contact the aeaf to discuss access. The highly prized collection is in need of a sponsor to allow wider access to this important resource.
name change: from eaf to aeaf
At a General Meeting held at the Foundation on 1 October 2009 eligible members voted unanimously to change the name from Experimental Art Foundation to Australian Experimental Art Foundation. Others were not so convinced. Read the rationale below, and letters written after the name change by Donald Brook and others.