Let’s come and see the Lipat Ganda Exhibition at Dia.Lo.Gue Artspace, Jl Kemang Selatan 99 A, Jakarta.
Agugn, Adytama Pranada Charda, Michael Binuko, Satria T. Nugraha, Zaldy Armansyah
Saturday, July 4th, 2015, 2 pm
Speakers: Agugn, Adytama Pranada Charda, Michael Binuko, Satria T. Nugraha and Zaldy Armansyah
Saturday, July 4th, 2015, 4 pm
Officiated by Enin Supriyanto
With printmaking demonstration by Kuteken
One Day Drypoint Workshop with Michael Binuko
Sunday, July 5th, 2015 at 2 – 5 pm IDR 500.000
Including free tajil; light snack limited for 20 person
Adytama Pranada Charda, Agugn Prabowo, Michael Binuko, Satria T. Nugraha and Zaldy Armansyah are graduated from Printmaking Studio, Visual Art Department, Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology, class of 2005. Their works represent typical intensity of the techniques/methods, materials, and discourse related to printmaking. Zaldy pursues woodcuts, Binuko pursues etching, Agugn pursues linocut and lithography, Satria pursues screen printing (serigraphy). Slightly different from the others, Charda’s works are based on cross-medium guided by printmaking logic and discourse.
This exhibition, besides summarizing the subject-matter and the theme of their works, also refers to several things. The exhibited works represent the entire printmaking techniques such as relief, planographic, intaglio, stencil and digital print. In addition, this exhibition wants to show the spirit of the contemporary printmaking creation. The spirit is traced through their typical art education background and encounter with various types of references and interests to amplify the urgency of creation of their printmaking and printmaking based works.
These artists are able to find the urgency of printmaking creation as a medium in contemporary art, which is no longer “nostalgic” for the past, but also can relate and criticize the development of science, technology, and today’s reality. As a basis, printmaking helps them to find new ways in working. This medium also influences their artistry. The technical aspects of printmaking teach them to be strict and consistent to the logic of creation. According to the artists, printmaking also supplies them about the importance of being relevant in idea, material choice, technique and creation. And, in some cases, the technical aspect eventually becomes the subject matter itself.
Chabib Duta Hapsoro