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Pameran seni rupa internasional mengenai lingkungan hidup dan kebudayaan bentang sungai di Asia Tenggara.
Asia Tenggara sebagai kawasan yang dilintasi berbagai bentang sungai penting, tak bisa lepas dari isu-isu perairan. Sungai merupakan garis-garis kehidupan dan jalur transportasi, pun aliran airnya menopang penyediaan pangan dan energi yang esensial bagi kelangsungan hidup penduduk, dari skala kecil hingga besar.
Namun keberadaan sungai-sungai Asia Tenggara tersebut bukanlah tanpa tantangan. Kenyataannya konsekuensi pembangunan sosial ekonomi yang dinamis dibarengi eksploitasi ekonomi atas sungai telah memberi dampak jangka panjang bagi bentang-bentang sungai. Sungai terancam, pun kehidupan jutaan manusia.
Langgeng Art Foundation, Yogyakarta
5 juni 2013
1. The Sights Viewed from Boats.
Aung Ko - Myanmar
2. The Vestiges
Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai - Vietnam
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Monday, April 29, 2013
Indonesia, as a country that was colonialized by Dutch, and
Yogyakarta which ever became the revolutionary capital city of the republic from 1946 to 1949 when Jakarta was still occupied by the Dutch, had been influenced at the architecture areas, esp. in the style of the governmental buildings.
Though the functions of the building were adjusted with the economic and development growth, but the heritage is still well preserved.
It was very interesting to learn about those buildings and pour it on a paper. It took quite sometime to understand the fragments of the central post office, also the detail decorations on its wall. I chose the beneficial angle too, the perspective that still included one of the beautiful tower of Bank of Indonesia building, frankly it looks more classic then.
Vina Puspita, 2013
Acrylic on paper
60 x 90 cm
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
to blend in with a nature wood stuff and play with it.
This one is my Trimatra project, combining wood and metals, make such a composition for a unitive balance.
The inspiration came from the sail of a ship.
The structure of the wood that I took from the street was quite wide and nice, it helped me imagining the hidden opened sail. So with a bunch of thin wires and sort of nails, I started hammerring and composing. It took a day and a night, working with it, revealed my man powers.
Well, finally it's done!
Though it needs some more finalizing, esp. in the end parts of the wood, need to be covered more with metals,
But I'm quite happy with this exploration!
Can you hear it? My metal wood is just shouting: "The sail has opened! Lets's voyage!!!"