Ctrl-Z is an ideas network, exhibition space and events machine, fostering and promoting contemporary humanities research into the broad areas of media, art, culture and philosophy.

Committed to the dissemination of ideas and interests across specialist divides, Ctrl-Z prizes novel approaches to old problems, innovative forms of presentation, and unlikely collaborations and chance encounters. Through its arts and research events and its publishing operations, Ctrl-Z seeks to link researchers from different disciplines and cultural professions, and to connect specialist academic and arts practitioners with the diverse audiences that make up the "general" public.

Ctrl-Z welcomes critical and creative submissions in experimental, traditional or multimedia formats for possible publication in the international, peer-reviewed journal, Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy, and is open to proposals for research collaboration.

Please forward submissions and enquiries to the general editors.

Ctrl-Z is supported by Curtin University's Centre for Culture & Technology and School of Media, Culture & Creative Arts.