Troy Innocent explores connections and multiplicity in his works of design, sculpture, animation, sound and installation. His methods of multiplatform storytelling and relationships between objects and their surroundings create their own world, a game that viewers can play. His works explore the connections between language and reality, interacting within the contemporary media-scape utilising his own unique aesthetic language.
Innocent holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Animation and Interactive media, from RMIT University, Melbourne. He has held solo exhibitions at Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide; Trocadero Art Space, Melbourne; Boutwell Draper Gallery, Sydney and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne.
Innocent has also participated in numerous group exhibitions held at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki; and the Tate Gallery, Liverpool.
Innocent has a strong public art practice, his projects including Zydnei, City of Sydney as part of the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA)(2013); Urban Codemakers, City of Melbourne Laneways Comission (2010); Colony, Melbourne Docklands (2008); x-milieu, Federation Square Melbourne (2008) and Field of Play, Melbourne Docklands (2007).