From September to November 2019, Chu Hao Pei (Singapore), Dhanny ‘Danot’ Sanjaya (Indonesia), and Sophie Innmann (Germany) will take part in Cemeti Artist-in-Residence Program period #2 2019.
From 1 March to 31 May 2019, Cemeti in collaboration with Mondriaan Fund again held the Artist-in-Residence Program, Period # 1, 2019.
Rimpang Nusantara (Rhizomatic Archipelago) is an ongoing program initiated by Cemeti – Institute for Arts and Society since December 2018, as a platform to develop an art and cultural work model that is managed together egalitarian and transparently by each participant in it, by emphasizing the importance of decentralization, as well as maximizing the distribution mechanism of knowledge and experience equally.
From September to November 2018, Cemeti hosted two artists-in-residence, Katharina Duve (Hamburg, Germany) and Sakinah Alatas (Jakarta, Indonesia) for a three months period. Cemeti’s Artist-in-Residency Program Period #2 2018 (September-November) is a cooperation with Goethe-Institut Indonesia.
Bodies of Power/Power for Bodies was a platform to support and publicly reflect on the practice of artists, collectives, cultural workers and community initiatives that are invested in rethinking the civic role of art.
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.
From September to November 2017, Cemeti hosted the artist collective Das Archipel (Germany) and artist Arum Tresnaningtyas Dayuputri (Indonesia) for a three month period. Cemeti’s Residency Period #2 2017 (September-November 2017) is a cooperation with Goethe-Institut Indonesien.
Maintenance Works became an 18-month programme divided into two drafts: “Maintenance Works 1st Draft: Propositions” and “Maintenance Works 2nd Draft: Berbagi”.