Roy Ananda

Roy Ananda

Roy Ananda is a South Australian artist, writer and educator. He has been actively exhibiting since 2001, creating objects, drawings, installations and videos that variously celebrate pop-culture fandom, play, process and the very act of making. Roy’s solo projects have included Slow crawl into infinity at the Samstag Museum of Art (Adelaide) and The Devourer at the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. His work has been included in such significant survey exhibitions as Primavera at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), the Australian Drawing Biennial at the Drill Hall Gallery (Canberra) and CACSA Contemporary 2015 at SASA Gallery (Adelaide). Roy has lectured at Adelaide Central School of Art for over ten years and is currently undertaking postgraduate research at the University of South Australia with a particular focus on the intersection of speculative fiction, fandom and contemporary art practice.

Slow crawl into infinity. 2014. Plywood, timber, fixings. 550x1100x700cm. Photograph by James Field

Slow crawl into infinity. 2014. Plywood, timber, fixings. 550x1100x700cm. Photograph by James Field

Untitled. 2015. Swords, steel, motor, microcontroller, fixings. Dimensions variable. Photograph by Sam Roberts

Untitled. 2015. Swords, steel, motor, microcontroller, fixings. Dimensions variable. Photograph by Sam Roberts

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