Creative Commons Australia team member Elliott Bledsoe recently guest edited a Creative Commons focused issue of Filter Magazine (issue 61, Nov 05 – Jan 06), published by the Australian Network for Art and Technology, Australia’s peak network and advocacy body for media artists working in screen, sound, installation, performance, literary and networked arenas.

He commissioned articles that provided both the philosophical underpinnings as well as practical applications of Creative Commons licences as it applies to media arts practice. The articles were:

* Synesthesia Urbania: Towards an Australasia Commons by Andrew Garton, Director of Toy Satellite
* Opening Up a Creative Dialogue by Mia Garlick, General Counsel for Creative Commons
* Remix, Reuse, Recycle by Nic Suzor, team member at Creative Commons Australia

The articles were accompanied by his editorial, Arhh Me Hearties – Pirates on the Digital High Seas

The issue is available in hard copy or online on the ANAT site