dLux is media arts organisation supporting cultural vibrancy.
We create programs that generate a greater understanding of art and technology.
We recognise the value of hands-on learning experiences and of everyone having access to the latest developments in experimental and emerging art practices, particularly those in regional, remote or disadvantaged communities; to fuel our passion for learning and to re-imagine new futures.
dLux acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional owners of the land on which we live and work, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.
We respect the close and unique connection Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have with Country and acknowledge and uphold the distinct Indigenous systems of knowledge, innovation and practice which contribute to all fields of scientific endeavour and science-based activities.
dLux supports proper protocols in relation to Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property when producing projects and content.