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Apa yang akan kawan jumpai di dalam presentasi ini adalah jejak proses belajar kami berupa pethilan dari 13 proyek Akar Rimpang yang telah kami selenggarakan secara simultan mulai April 2022 di kampung halaman kami masing-masing.

“Exploring Farmer Groups Jogja X Fukuda” Exhibition

Anang and Pari often connect the disconnected -at least for things generally considered disconnected in our art scene today- such as contemporary art and agriculture. This time, Anang connects many things, including farmer groups from Yogyakarta and Fukuda, food source maps of Yogyakarta and Fukuda, artist-style photography and Fukuda citizen photography, Cemeti’s gallery in Yogyakarta and Matsumoto House in Fukuda, Shodoshima.


This exhibition examine Dyah Retno’s framework as an artist who started her ceramic expertise in 2014 and how her oeuvre reinterprets the ideas of the relationship between art and research. This particularly highlights her latest ceramic project in 2022 focusing on the experimentation with the glasswool waste and the ceramic production tool—the kiln.

Afirming the Crisis

The curatorial of “Affirming the Crises” tries to stimulate Nietzschean reason to rethink various crises humans encounter. It’s about how to say “Yes!” (Ja Sagen) to the things we encounter, in any circumstances, to affirm not only ourselves but all existence. Affirmation is an acknowledgment that can be metaphorical, chronic, or factual.

Ghost Light

The curatorial basis of this exhibition is the artist’s desire to express his interludial moment of a long process of using the textual medium in exploring the potentiality of fiction as a technique for deconstructing the history. Simultaneously, Ghost Light shows the parallelity of the artist’s evolving artistic method; his text-based archival processing is substituted by exposing the production background to play with the liminality between fiction, history, imagination, memory, and reality, as well as the actual process to respond to these five things.

Gapura Buwana

Gapura Buwana exhibits Gegerboyo’s visual artworks, most of which are drawn on the walls of the gallery. The rest of them are printed and drawn on transparent fabrics that are hung in different positions at a certain distance from the wall. In order to encourage new interpretations of Gegerboyo’s artistic practice, this exhibition highlights their method, which, according to them, is carried out in a “non-systemic” way. This refers to organically drawing, unrestrained by any rigid criterion in terms of visual composition or narrative systems.

Reconstructed Biotope

Elia Nurvista and Youngho Lee’s artistic practices are marked by an enthusiasm for representing the global migration of resources. Their practices show a striking combination of “expository tendencies” and “poetic aspirations” in composing political statements about cross-geographical events and phenomena. They utilise the diverse content that is dispersed across the information wilderness, which is increasingly formed from arbitrary sources in today’s era of technology.


THE DIALECTICS OF SYSTEMS AND DISCOURSES do not stop within dichotomous divisions (e.g. “central vs. peripheral”), because everything that is lying — or mediating — between the two different types of zone, presumably, invites speculation about knowledge, noetic, or other mental activities that have not been — or even they seem almost impossible to be — formulated through frameworks that so far relied on the rationality and logic typical of modern knowledge. This kind of criticism shifts our focus to things that are rarely, not yet, or may not be seen. These things seem to be in the “intermediate” area or some kind of “crossing zone” —like a doorway that intersects two spaces. In other words: threshold zone. Things that in this context we call “ambangan” (“threshold-ness”).