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Women in Contemporary Art

WTC 3 Lobby, 17 January 2022 – 25 March 2022

Contemporary phenomena in the art are not merely an aesthetic exploration but are developments from the artist's personal experience influenced by social and cultural influences that build the context of visual representation. Other traditions and cultures form representations, but without realizing it still have a local character or still have roots; in this exhibition, we try to read and see the actualization of traditions from the works of contemporary Indonesian female artists.

The artists have their way of expressing their work and different backgrounds of thought in concepts that return to their traditional or social roots channeled through expression, exploration, and actualization of these things in unique and diverse ways, some of which are through re-imagination.

Recording traditions, symbolic meanings and even counter-traditions; In Re-Imagination, the artist tries to present tradition by extracting textual information and creating imaginative-fantasy visuals with more than one visual style, for example, realistic and abstract, like Yenti Amalia. Recording Tradition where the artist contains a mimetic expression pattern or direct recording of the object, Talitha aspires to infuse and project aspects of science and spirituality through her art. She considers her creative work to be a manifestation of her spirituality which returns to the origin. Ida Lawrence presents the jackfruit as a reminder of Indonesian culture as tropical fruit.

The symbolic meaning given by A.Y Sekar in the batik elements in her works, with the theme of tradition, has new interpretations and intentions with a free visual style. Astika tries to recall Indonesian history with the Chandelier in her works. And Arahmaiani presents roots through visuals Pegon Arab or sometimes called Jawi (in the Malay region), letters derived from Arabic script (are united with Islamic beliefs), then transformed and used for regional languages in Indonesia. And Luh Gede, who presented Contra Tradition, concepts and visuals of his works that were critical of tradition and were individual-interpretative.

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