Not Making Sense
with the Roy's
in conversation with Sumit and Sujat Roy
As an artist, how can you flow and juggle many interests? How can you weave a beautiful tapestry using disparate strands of thought?
Meet Sumit Roy and Sujat Roy, brothers and two multi-faceted artistic talents.
You cannot put them under a label, literally.
Sumit paints, designs, and raps. Sujat is an analog-loving person but a digitally fluid visual and textile designer. They both have a knack for creating witty memes. Their idea is to diss the idea itself. They work with sound, text, and image, tapping into a range of sensibilities while defying them all.
" There is space for
everybody to succeed. "
-SUMIT AND SUJAT ROY
Image Courtesy: Sumit and Sujat Roy
They grew up watching and dissecting Indian television ads. Now, their art and music speaks for a generation of urban cultural practitioners who grew up in the face of globalization and corporatization.
In this episode, we talk about their creative journeys, their endeavors- Free Speech, and Herock.
In addition, we discuss the transition of art from wall to digital, decentralizing, and open-source art.
This is an intimate conversation.
This episode is one chock full of wisdom coated with good humor.
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