Raden Anandra Natalegawa is a multi-disciplinary visual artist and film-maker who believes in the power of art and design to promote community action. 

His work focuses on issues affecting the queer diaspora - he previously exhibited installations and photography work with the Institute of Contemporary Arts as part of SCN and The Photographers’ Gallery, powered by DEVELOP  exploring the relationship between race, family, religion and sexuality. 

Raden is a member of the Blueprint Collective -  a youth-led pressure-group and think-tank which is driving the Mayor of London’s Brent 2020 cultural projects for local young people. Blueprint Collective projects include an urban design project with LSE Cities (Seen and Heard), producing a concert at Wembley Arena ​(Culture Capital), a podcast series with VICE media (VENT). Find out more and join the collective at https://www.brent2020.co.uk/get-involved/brent-blueprint-collective/


2019: 'Engage Conference 2019, Unlocking Culture: an entitlement for children and young people", Newcastle 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019: 'Develop' The Photographer's Gallery  

2018: 'ZineInColour Launch: Identity' LEAF, Manchester

2018:  'Future/Power'  Institute of Contemporary Arts,  London

2017:  'The 4Front Project Showcase' ArtsDepot, London

2013:  'Sorrel Summer Foundation' Somerset House, London


2019 - 2020: Foundation, Graphic Design Communication - Central St. Martin's, UAL

2018 - 2019: Law with Politics - University of Manchester


2019: Creativity Works: Advertising - Pentagram and Create Jobs

2018-2019: THT Hidden Talent - Media Trust

2016-2017: attRAct programme - Royal Academy of Arts