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Anika Gardner

Currently working with bronze and steel, Anika is an artist who explores delicate material juxtapositions. Her work is conceptually influenced by an array of different interests - ranging from neuroscience to social critiques - reflective of her engagement in activism and her study in cognitive science at Flinders. Anika is based in Adelaide, and is in the last term of her visual arts degree, majoring in sculpture. Across the course of her study Anika has been involved in a number of projects, most notably exhibitions and a series of small bronze public art works. 

Current Public Works 

‘'Clairre’ Mitcham Railway Station

‘For Margret’ Coromandel Railway Station

‘Bronze Figures’ Bowden Train Station

'The Runaway Nose' Grote Street Tables, Central Markets 

Chicken Wire Meditative Face for the Littlerundlestreet art project

'Tea Meditations' mural at Kappy's Tea and Coffee

Current Study

Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual) at Adelaide College of the Arts

Bachelor of Science (Cognitive Science) at Flinders University