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By Tony Sugiarta, Masako Tanaka, Arie Syarifuddin and Marinella Andrea Mina
Participants of the online residency Virtual Workings Tony Sugiarta (Indonesia), Masako Tanaka (Japan), Arie Syarifuddin (Indonesia) and Marinella Andrea Mina (Philippines) worked together on the topic of "Interweaving Textiles" under ...
By Kamiliah Bahdar and Savitri Sastrawan
Participants of the online residency Virtual Workings Kamiliah Bahdar from Singapore and Savitri Sastrawan from Indonesia worked together on “Pertiwi” under the mentorship of Luckana Kunavichayanont. The two curators talk ...
By Dian Arumningtyas & Kim Gahye
In this article, Dian and Gahye share their reflections from collaborating online through a virtual residency.
By Benedikta Swasti Renaningtyas and Joshua Eka Pramudya
In this article, Joshua and Benedikta shares how artists in Southeast Asia have coped the pandemic
By Mi Seok Huh & Robby Ocktavian
An article by Mi Seok Huh from Korea and Robby Ocktavian from Indonesia, participants of the Virtual360 Konnect - Emerging Arts Leaders Virtual Residency Series, on their joint project.
By Andrea Abellon
The 20 residents of Virtual360 Konnect - Emerging Arts Leaders Virtual Residency Series are on full speed working together on their joint projects.
By Katerina Valdivia Bruch
culture360.ASEF.org features the artists’ collective ruangrupa, from Jakarta. In this article, Katerina Valdivia Bruch interviewed Farid Rakun, one of the members of ruangrupa, on topics around collective practice, the role ...
By Ben Eaton
culture360.ASEF.org features Invisible Flock, as an introduction to our new series of articles on #artsandtechnology. Invisible Flock is an interactive arts studio operating at the intersection of art and technology, ...
By David Fernández
This month, culture360 contributor David Fernandez travels to Yogyakarta, Indonesia. In this article, he interviews Gunawan Maryanto, Director of Teater Garasi, a multi-disciplinary performance collective that explores possibilities in performing ...
Yogyakarta-based historian, researcher and co-founding member of KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Antariksa is working to create an Indonesian society that is culturally critical, open, and empowered. KUNCI has been deeply ...
This month, culture360.ASEF.org's contributor David Fernandez travels to Yogyakarta. In this article, he dives into the local arts and cultural scene of the city, exploring some of the alternative creative ...
By Naima Morelli
A new documentary film tells the story of visionary artist Kartika Affandi, daughter of Indonesia's most celebrated painter, and a groundbreaking personality in her own right.
Naima Morelli speaks with Loredana Paracciani, Katerina Valdivia Bruch and Valentina Levy, 3 curators who are bridging the European and the Asian art world through their independent practices.
By Kerrine Goh
Naima Morelli looks at what feminism means in the Indonesian art world with art historian Farah Wardani, artist Samantha Tio and researcher Wulan Dirgantoro – who just published a book ...
By Magali An Berthon
Indonesian rural life is at the heart of Spedagi's project. More than a bike design label, this is a movement that focuses on villages' social and environmental empowerment.