Artist-in-Residence Program Period #1, 2018
From March to May 2018, Cemeti hosted three artists from Indonesia, the Netherlands, and New Zealand. This residency program is organized by Cemeti – Institute for Art and Society and supported by the Mondriaan Fund, the Asia New Zealand Foundation, and Unisadhuguna International College, Jakarta.
Cemeti Artist-in-Residence Program is a platform for artists with post-studio based practice, encouraging an open process of artistic research and knowledge exchange. The program is to support the participating artists in developing their critical perspectives on their own practice, and to connect them directly with local communities, build meaningful relationships, and through their work address key issues at stake in the local context and beyond. The residency will culminate in a final presentation in any form that relates to the artists’ research findings and artworks.
Artists’ Profile (draft; in alphabetical order)
Ardi Gunawan (Indonesia)
Ardi Gunawan is a multi-disciplinary artist and teacher. He studied visual art at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Throughout his practice, he develops projects that are process-driven/performative and exhibits sculptural and architectural works that are explored through a series of rehearsals of scores, tasks, and a list of actions. He has exhibited nationally and internationally. He lives and works in Jakarta, Indonesia. He lectures in Visual Communication Design and Contextual Studies at Unisadhuguna International College, Jakarta.
Bridget Reweti (New Zealand)
Bridget Reweti is an artist from Ng%u0101ti Ranginui and Ng%u0101i Te Rangi in Aotearoa New Zealand. Her lens-based practice explores landscape perspectives and contemporary Indigenous realities. Currently based in Wellington, Reweti holds a Masters in M%u0101ori Visual Arts, (First Class Honours) through Massey University, and a PGDip in Museum and Heritage Studies from Victoria University. She is also an active member of Kava Club, a Wellington-based collective of M%u0101ori and Pacific artists and Mata Aho Collective, a collaboration between four M%u0101ori women artists who produce large-scale textile works.
Coco Duivenvoorde (Belanda)
Coco Duivenvoorde is an artist from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Her practice, which is often collaborative in nature, aims to address sociopolitical issues such as feminism, the politics of food, colonial narratives and racism; whilst exploring (moving) images, poetry and performance as a visual language. She is part of the We Are Here Cooperative (Amsterdam), a platform where refugees in limbo and professional cultural producers collaborate on cultural projects. She graduated from the Dutch Art Institute, MA Fine Art (Arnhem, the Netherlands) in 2015.