Barasub will organise a 24 hour performance at Cemeti entitled Wahana Kuda Binal. For one night and one day, Barasub will use Cemeti’s gallery space as their personal living, working and exhibition space.
Ruang Politik Pertama Bernama Rumah (“The First Political Space Called Home”) is a project initiated by artist Dito Yuwono for which he has invited five Yogyakarta based collectives to collaborate, namely Barasub, Laras, RAR Editions, Sewon Screening and Studio Batu. The exhibition consists of new works by Yuwono in which he explores his own as well as Cemeti’s spatial histories, setting the context for the overall project; and a series of two or three-day solo presentations and events by the invited collectives.
Diskusi Publik bersama r. Daud Aris Tanudirjo (arkeolog dari UGM). Acara ini diorganisir oleh Laboratorium Sejarah, Kajian, Teknologi dan Desain (UKDW), dan merupakan bagian dari rangkaian kegiatan proyek Museum of the Ordinary Things yang digarap oleh Eko Prawoto.
What do you know about teasing chili sauce? How do you feel when making chili sauce with a blender? Do the ways we use objects and kitchen utensils just happen naturally?
Dua lokakarya untuk anak-anak seputar permainan perkakas yang dikembangkan oleh mahasiswa dari Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana dan Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI). Lokakarya ini bagian dari pameran Museum of the Ordinary Things.
Pak Eko Prawoto shared the story of the Museum of the Ordinary Things exhibition and why Pak Eko collected these tools which are currently in Cemeti.
Storytelling Village is a cultural gathering session from the village, organized by the Laboratory of History, Studies, Technology and Design. In this edition, the participants study with Pak Mardi, a batik craftsman.
Agent OH will work at the Sharpening Shop in Cemeti. If there are knives or tools that need care or love, please bring them to Cemeti.
For two Saturday mornings, Cemeti has a drawing class for children (aged 7-14) by artist Restu Ratnaningtyas. This class is part of the Museum of the Ordinary Things exhibition in Cemeti, with a collection of tools from the village. Surely we use a lot of other tools, like a mortar, ballpoint or key.
In August 2017, pak Sukisman, a blacksmith living in the same village as Eko Prawoto, gave a two-part tool making workshop for artists. In the framework of the exhibition Museum of the Ordinary Things.