In collaboration with
Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, ROH Projects presents THIRDSPACE: transit #3, an
exhibition of four artists who took part in the former’s transit #3 residency
programme in April – June 2015: Iabadiou Piko, Fika Ria Santika, Kara Andarini
and Aliansyah Caniago.
DiaLoGue Art Space is
proud to present the group exhibition Out
of Joint. This show presents the latest works of Yogyakarta-based artists
Rudi – aka Rudi Lampung – Hermawan (http://rudihermawan.weebly.com/), Prihatmoko Moki (http://prihatmokomoki.com/), and Malcolm Smith (he is originally from
Australia but he has been residing in Indonesia for many years, http://www.invisibleman.net.au/). In 2013, the three contemporary artists founded
the studio and exhibition space Krack Studi (http://www.krackstudio.com/) right in the middle of the exciting art
district of Yogyakarta. Krack! focuses on printmaking, specifically silkscreen
printing, and it has been able to push the medium of printmaking to keep it
very alive and kicking. This exhibition aims to show the versatility of the
silkscreen printing technique. Moreover, for the group show at DiaLoGue Art
Space, the three artists show as individual artists – they have created
collective and collaborative works in the past as well (and they will continue
to do so in the future) – they present new works that explore the fluid and
everyday contradictions of modernity and modernization: the contradictions of
modern labor, memory and desire. The show runs from March 16 to April 10, 2016.
For my curatorial essay see here.
I explain the meaning of Amor Fati here (English and Indonesian catalog text). And here (English) and here (Indonesian catalog text) for a more recent and longer essay. And for a further selection of my writings see here.