Weekly Picks: Indonesia (11-17 February 2019)

Top Picks of Indonesia art events in Jakarta, Bandung, and Bali from 11-17 February 2019

We start this week’s pick in the capital city of Jakarta. On Tuesday, if you’re looking for something to do on your night out, there will be a Multimedia concert by MAM.manufaktur für aktuelle musik with visuals from Warped Type titled Pierrot Lumière. This concert is a part of Goethe-Institut Anders Hören / Listening differently series, where it shares performances that explore contemporary ways of presenting and sharing classical music. MAM.manufaktur für aktuelle musik will present their interpretation of Arnold Schönberg’s “Pierrot Lunaire”. This performance is the first in the concert in MAM.manufaktur für aktuelle musik’s Southeast Asia concert. Pierrot Lumière will be performed on Tuesday, 12 February 2019 at 8 PM. For more information on the concert click here or email acara.musik@goethe.de.

On Saturday, come to the opening of Iran Cultural Art Festival at Galeri Cipta II, Taman Ismail Marzuki. The Art Festival is held to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran. Opening starts at 10 am and the exhibition is open for public for free from 16-19 February 2019 from 9 am to 7 pm. For more information on the exhibition, contact +62 0896 7160 0649.

In Bandung, Selasar Sunaryo presents Mountain Pass: Negotiating Ambivalence, a solo exhibition from Zen Teh, presented as a result of his 2-months residency in Bandung. Supported by the Singapore National Arts Council and Mizuma Gallery in Singapore, Zen Teh utilised her time in the residency to investigate the relationship between nature and human behavior. The exhibition presents artworks that represent human’s excessive consumption in the context of urban development. These include rocks that Zen Teh gathered at various constructions sites in Bandung that she assembled into a sculpture and imprinted some of the rocks’ surfaces with photographic images of nature and environment. Mountain Pass: Negotiating Ambivalence runs until 17 February 2019 and it is free for all members of public. For more information, click here.

Kopernik is an organisation that has consistently work in searching for effective solutions to alleviate the world’s persistent problems. To celebrate their 9th anniversary, the Kopernik office in Ubud, Bali is holding Kopernik Day on the 14th and 15th of February 2019. The programs include various talks and workshops on finding solutions in agriculture and farming. Ketemu Project will be a part of the day with a small exhibition of artworks created by schizophrenic friends from Rumah Berdaya Bali. Ketemu Project will also present collaborative artworks by Budi Agung Kuswara and I Komang Sudiarta. For more information, visit Kopernik’s Instagram here or Ketemu Project’s Instagram account here.

Note: All information is correct at the time of publication. Please confirm directly with the organisers/event websites. ArtsEquator is not responsible for any changes to the schedule of events. If you have an event you’d like us to highlight, please email events[at]artsequator.com.

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