Come in from the cold on Thursday 3 July from 5:30 pm to hear artist Roy Ananda discuss his epic sculpture 'Slow crawl into infinity' at the Samstag Museum.
Artist talk: ROY ANANDA
On a recent visit to the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, at UniSA, CityMag was engulfed by a forrest of timber beams jutting up out of the polished wooden floorboards of what is, quietly, our favourite museum in Adelaide.
Roy Ananda speaks to the masses on Thursday 3 July
5:30 pm, RSVP essential email@example.com
The work, ‘Slow crawl into infinity’ is by Roy Ananda, a local artist who the Samstag’s curators believe to be at the forefront of Adelaide’s thriving contemporary arts scene. Although we’re not completely au fait with Ananda’s processed-based sculpture, we see in this particular and, indeed, site-specific commission a wonderful blurring of boundaries between ‘highbrow’ and ‘lowbrow’ art.
Slow crawl into infinity
Tuesday 20 May – Friday 18 July 2014
Hawke Building, City West Campus
University of South Australia
55 North Terrace, Adelaide
(cnr Fenn Place and North Terrace)