Month: July 2020

Tat Ghurih, Talpak Tana

Selama pandemi, aku banyak menghabiskan waktu di studio yang juga berfungsi sebagai tempat tinggal. Bidang tanah liat kuciptakan dengan teknik menorah (menggores) dengan benda tajam.

Yang Keluar-Masuk

Sebagaimana kita ketahui, munculnya Covid-19 telah menghantam sendi-sendi kehidupan manusia. Mulai dari teror psikologis hingga perekonomian. Tentu masih banyak hal lainnya yang terdampak wabah Covid-19. Di antaranya, ruang-ruang belajar harus ditutup, berbagai kegiatan kesenian harus ditunda. Semua itu salah satu upaya dan/atau kebijakan yang diterapkan pemerintah untuk memutus mata rantai penyebaran wabah Covid-19.

What Comes Out – Comes In

As we know that the Covid-19 arose and hit the fundamentals of human life. It is not only about psychological terror but also economics. Also, there must be more things affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. For instance, educational space has to be shutted down, many art agendas must be postponed. That was all that the government tried in order to break the cycle of the spread of the Covid-19.

Cemeti x Conflictorium

“Mengambil alih” Instagram Conflictorium, Cemeti mengaitkan platform Instagram Takeover dengan proyek pengarsipan yang sedang berlangsung di Cemeti, yaitu ‘sebARSIP’, sebuah proyek kasual yang awalnya diinisiasi oleh Cemeti selama periode pembatasan sosial akibat pandemi COVID-19, yang diniatkan akan terus berkembang sebagai platform distribusi hasil ulasan terkurasi atas materi arsip-arsip pilihan Cemeti..

Cemeti x Conflictorium_

English | Indonesia sebARSIP – Berkas #04 (special curation) sebARSIP – Berkas #04 (special curation) Cemeti x Conflictorium Looking at the explicit and implicit criticisms of conflict through the Cemeti’s art archive collection. Archive curated by Linda Mayasari & Muhammad Dzulqornain For three days, from 10 to 12 July 2020, Cemeti – Institute for Art and Society parallelly ran another curatorial version of the sebARSIP Project in the framework of Instagram Takeover, a social-media-based project organized by Conflictorium – Museum of Conflict. CEMETI – Institute for Art and Society (formerly ‘Cemeti Gallery’, then ‘Cemeti Art House’) is Indonesia’s oldest platform for contemporary art, founded in Yogyakarta in 1988 by artists Mella Jaarsma and Nindityo Adipurnomo. Cemeti offers a platform for artists and cultural practitioners to develop, present and practice their work in close collaboration with curators, researchers, activists, writers and performers, as well as local communities across Yogyakarta. The programme takes shape through exhibitions, workshops, talks, assemblies, publications, long-term research threads and a three-month artist-in-residence programme (held twice annually). The subtitle ‘Institute for Art and …