THE MASK; Photographic and Digital Graphic international group exhibition.
A mask, a symbol of a human paradox, often indispensable to reveal the reality, the nature of world things or the emotional feeling.
The mask as a filter, occultation, lie, mimesis, protection, as escape from himself or as a means trough which to identify yourself in the other...
A mask can be used to hide and the same time, to show something; to change the reality while revealing a profound truth; to filter what is in front of us, whilst directly approaching it.
Artwork for Bird And Beast
Collaborative Paste Up Wall and Ceilling
Marker on zinc plate
Project Rumah Gembel, Jakarta Do Art
Ragad Art Exhibition
Take Me Home
Poster for Take Me Home Exhibition
Wheatpaste for Massive Wheatpaste Project
A collaborative project from Jakarta Street Art Collective
The idea was to produce a new artwork, and they would paste it in the street of the Indonesian capital city. The concept was to have a lot of street artist to collaborate around a unique street art project.
Tyls: My food is like a shit
Munny World Festival Indonesia
The Munny World Festival Indonesia 2011 will take place between December 9th to 11th @ Plastic Culture, in Grand Indonesia (where MWFI 2010 took place) and features the Munny V4 as platform of choice. There will be “Live” painting, a Competition Showcase, On-The-Spot Competition, a Munny Custom Exhibition and an Indonesian Designer Toys Exhibitions
The Tyls as TVLI
TV EYE Project by indieguerillas
Exhibited at ARTJOG11
Marker on paper
Dog Parade exhibition
Sodra Esplanaden Gallery
Suffer hero series
Marker on paper
Exhibited at 6x6x2010
Rochester Contemporary Art Centre
Muestro Mi Ciudad
Me as LOVELOVELOVE
Sticker Art Exhibition
Alumunium Plate, Aerosol Paint
Exhibited at Sagan Area
Biennale Jogja - Di Sini & Kini
As a Javanese, we love Javanese culture very much for sure. As the proud members of global youth culture we also love contemporary urban culture as well. So ? Why don’t we mix that ? Here’s the result : a 3 dimensional grafitti in Javanese characters. It reads Uri-Uri. It means “to conservate” in Javanese Language. To conservate what ? To conservate traditional Javanese Characters from the continuous rapid invasion of Latin alphabets !
Resin, Acrylic Paint, Digital Print Sticker
Exhibited at Urban/Culture – CP Open Biennale
Museum Bank Indonesia
Small sculptures. Each figure resembling one daily job or status of ordinary Indonesian middle and… lower class people. They are car parking attendant, dangdut (Indonesian answer to…disco) singer, soap opera artist, video jockey, beggar, local ghost, a “fictional ghost” character who appears only during the period of National Election campaign to intimidate and frighten people (hahaha…), elementary school student, a local 1977 London punk wannabe, and a soccer player. So, do they have one thing in common ? Yes. What is that ? tend to corrupt. We (the common people) always swearing the hell out to our Government every single day. Mostly because of how corrupted they are. Butin the other side, we also just like them. Corrupted people. The most simple example is that we, the ordinary Indonesian people are the world famous for corrupting time. Almost everybody here did that. That is the main background for this artworks. The message behind this works is simple : Before you blame, shouting at or swear to someone else, please look at yourself first.
Totor on Vector
Poster, digital print
Cemeti Art House
Totor is a kind of popular low end gambling across South East Asia. The player have to buy several series of numbers put in a coupon. Before they bought the coupon, some people usually looking for some clue or “sight” by buying what we called here prophecy paper.That paper weirdly translates your dreams or even your nightmares into some series of numbers. The prophecy paper is also containing symbols for gamblers to interpret. For this exhibition we try to re-design that prophecy paper into our own version.