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Embassy of Ireland Batik Exhibition – Irish Legends Through Indonesian Eyes

WTC 2 Lobby, 27 May 2024 – 28 June 2024

The Republics of Indonesia and Ireland established diplomatic relations on 4 September 1984 and since then they have had strong correlations.

In addition to politics, economy, the internet and creative sectors, as well as education and culture, the two nations are dedicated to fostering real cooperation in these areas. This exhibition will spotlight a captivating fusion of cultures through the medium of batik textiles, intricately weaving together the narratives and characters of Irish legends with patterns and symbols emblematic of both nations. It promises to be a vivid testament to the rich tapestry of collaboration between Indonesia and Ireland, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in the harmonious blend of traditions and stories that unite us.

This celebration not only highlights the achievements of the past but also lays the groundwork for continued cooperation and mutual understanding in the years to come.

The Artist

Vania Gracia, a student of the Undergraduate Program in Craft FSRD ITB, becomes the main winner in batik competition organized by the Irish Embassy. In the competition entitled “Inspired by Ireland, Made by You”, Vania made a batik entitled “Beauty of Ireland”. Inspiration for her own work comes from nature and the Irish national symbol.

The design includes Irish shamrock, gorse flower, hummingbird fuchsia, northern lapwing, sessile oak and sessile acorn. She also incorporated traditional batik pattern from Indonesia heritage, such as parang, kawung, and jaya kusuma. Passionate about creating imaginative textiles and fashion designs, Vania aspires to carve a niche for themselves in the fashion industry. Motivated by a relentless drive for self-improvement, she eagerly embrace opportunities to learn and grow.

Vania intricately weaves Irish folklore, characters, and renowned saints, imbuing her creations with profound insights and allure. Her meticulously crafted batik patterns on silk not only display technical skill but also resonate with folklore symbolism, elevating her artistry. One of her batik work is inspired by St. Patrick with the pattern reflecting abundance and community.

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