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Creativity is a part of existential struggle that cannot be separated from the human daily experiences. Creativity, to be exact, is a result from an internalization of a very personal experience. Experience brings to human the awareness of a being that is impacted directly by the limits of life, especially in space and time. Experience awakens them as a being ensnared by time’s reckoning which pushes them to look back, at present, and the future and traps them as a ‘historized’ being. Creativity is directly connected to how human wrote their history and left their trails, which we then call human civilization. History is none other than trails of creativity. Creativity and personal experience may be explained through the ‘intentionality principal’. No one is spared from their external world, their surroundings; things and human itself. This certainty makes human and their world a relational building that we call ‘the living world’. And such certainty is the result of human being a possessor of a set of potentials that enables them to create. Such potentials are called ‘intentionality’ (the awareness of the mind towards something). ‘Intentionality’ is a mind awareness that is different from the intellect mind that tends to be abstractive, mathematics, or one which is within or bound by the world of form. Intentionality is the ability of the mind to project outside oneself, the mind that touches and ‘plays’ with concrete objects. With intentionality, human is showing their sympathy and their empathy for the external world. They try to know and to understand their external world fro which they acquire their experiences and their impressions of the world. People being able to make creations are because of their expressive responses to their impressions of the external world. Intentionality is the awareness of the concerted works of the mind, senses, and potential.

INTENTIONALITY DEDY SUFRIADI

AGUS ‘BAQUL’ PURNOMO

IBRAHIM

18 December 2014 - 18 January 2015


Intensionalitas

Kreativitas bagian dari pergumulan eksistensial yang tak terlepas dari pengalaman dalam keseharian hidup manusia. Kreativitas tepatnya hasil dari penghayatan atas pengalaman yang terbilang sangat personal. Pengalaman menyadarkan manusia sebagai mahluk yang terkena langsung dengan batas-batas dunia kehidupan terutama dalam ruang dan waktu. Pengalaman menyadarkannya sebagai mahluk yang terjerat dalam perhitungan masa dan mendesaknya menoleh ke belakang, sekarang, dan akan datang sebagai mahluk yang menyejarah. Kreativitas terkait langsung pula dengan bagaimana manusia menoreh sejarah dan meninggalkan jejak-jejaknya lalu dari sana jadilah apa yang kemudian kita sebut sejarah peradaban manusia itu. Sejarah tak lain adalah jejak-jejak kreativitas. Kreativitas dan pengalaman personal bisa dijelaskan dari “prinsip intensionalitas” (intentionality). Tak seorang pun luput dari dunia eksternal, dunia sekitarnya, berupa benda-benda dan manusia itu sendiri. Keniscayaan ini membuat manusia dan dunianya mejadi sebuah bangunan relasional sebagaimana kita menyebutnya “dunia kehidupan”. Dan keniscayaan tersebut dikarenakan manusia memiliki seperangkat potensi yang mampu membuatnya mencipta sesuatu. Seperangkat potensi itu disebut sebagai “intensionalitas” (kesadaran akal yang terarah pada sesuatu). “Intensionalitas” merupakan kesadaran akal yang berbeda dengan akal intelek yang cenderung abstraktif, matematis, akal yang berada atau terbatas dalam dunia bentuk. Sedangkan intensionalitas adalah kemampuan akal yang terarah di luar dirinya, akal yang menyentuh dan ‘bermain’ dengan objek-objek kongkrit. Dengan intensionalitas manusia menunjukkan simpatik dan empatiknya atas dunia eksternal. Manusia hendak mengetahui dan memahami dunia eksternal yang dari sana ia memiliki pengalamanpengalaman dan kesan-kesan khusus atas dunia tersebut. Yang kita kenal tentang manusia yang mampu menciptakan karya-karya tertentu adalah karena respon ekspresifnya atas kesankesan dunia eskternal. Intensionalitas adalah kesadaran dari keserempakan kerja akal, rasa, dan daya.

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Intentionality Creativity is a part of existential struggle that cannot be separated from the human daily experiences. Creativity, to be exact, is a result from an internalization of a very personal experience. Experience brings to human the awareness of a being that is impacted directly by the limits of life, especially in space and time. Experience awakens them as a being ensnared by time’s reckoning which pushes them to look back, at present, and the future and traps them as a ‘historized’ being. Creativity is directly connected to how human wrote their history and left their trails, which we then call human civilization. History is none other than trails of creativity. Creativity and personal experience may be explained through the ‘intentionality principal’. No one is spared from their external world, their surroundings; things and human itself. This certainty makes human and their world a relational building that we call ‘the living world’. And such certainty is the result of human being a possessor of a set of potentials that enables them to create. Such potentials are called ‘intentionality’ (the awareness of the mind towards something). ‘Intentionality’ is a mind awareness that is different from the intellect mind that tends to be abstractive, mathematics, or one which is within or bound by the world of form. Intentionality is the ability of the mind to project outside oneself, the mind that touches and ‘plays’ with concrete objects. With intentionality, human is showing their sympathy and their empathy for the external world. They try to know and to understand their external world from which they acquire their experiences and their impressions of the world. People being able to make creations are because of their expressive responses to their impressions of the external world. Intentionality is the awareness of the concerted works of the mind, senses, and potential.


Pameran Lukisan di Philo Art Space kali ini oleh tiga pelukis, Dedy Sufriadi, Agus ‘Baqul’ Purnomo, Ibrahim, dengan tajuk INTENTIONALITY menunjukkan bagaimana kreativitas mereka merupakan hasil dari proses kesan-kesan khusus atas relasi pribadi mereka masing-masing dengan dunia eksternal. Mereka menunjukkan intensionalitas yang satu dengan lainnya secara berbeda karena penghayatan pribadi mereka pun tentunya berbeda. Bagaimana pun empati, simpati, apalagi kesan-kesan setiap manusia ketika perhatiannya terarah sesuatu (intensi) sangat sulitlah dibilang setakaran sekalipun dalam teknis kelola atau penciptaan bisa nampaknya mirip. Dedy Sufriadi berfokus mengolah objek-objek atau benda-benda yang serba apa pun. Semua benda merupakan objek estetik. Seolah semua benda menampilkan kesan yang berserah diri untuk digarap. Pengalaman Dedi dengan objekobjek menampakkan intensionalitasnya yang khas justru tidak membuat objek-objek itu menjelma utuh agar berjarak dengannya sebagai subjek yang mengalami namun menjadikan objek-objek bagian dari subjektivitasnya justru karena objek-objek tersebut tidak transparan. Dedy mengkonstitusi (menggarap) objek-objek tidak menempatkannya dalam tatanan wilayah yang serba diperhitungkan sehingga menampakkan komposisi yang demikian terjaga sebagai pencapaian estetik. Harapannya sendiri tak lain adalah bagaimana objek-objek tersebut berelasi demikian erat dengan pilihan teknisnya entah itu lewat titik-titik, garis, warna, kata, sehingga menghadirkan fenomena modus relasi yang cukup kompleks. Di sisi lain, Agus Baqul mengekspos garisgaris yang menampilkan ekspresi yang saling terkait erat satu dengan lainnya, yakni hujan, emas, dan angka. Garis berupa angka-angka sudah menjadi khas dari pilihan teknis-estetik Agus sekalipun hal itu tidak selalu atau serta merta muncul. Agus seorang pelukis yang kelihatannya selama ini sangat menikmati bercengkrama dengan komposisi justru karena ada daya untuk mengatasi batas-batasannya. Angka-angka secara matematis tak lain adalah unsur dasar pembentukan komposisi sistemik namun bagi Agus sekaligus tak kurang sebagai garis-garis imajiner yang bisa dibuat kontekstual sesuai suasana hati. Kita hidup dalam fenomena kelitkelindannya berbagai unsur yang sekian lama disikapi dengan keyakinan bahwa semua unsur kehidupan harus jelas dengan sendirinya termasuk relasi manusia dengan alam. Hujan, emas, dan bahkan

The Painting Exhibition at Philo Art Space at present are showcasing the works by three painters: Dedy Sufriadi, Agus ‘Baqul’ Purnomo, and Ibrahim under the same theme of INTENTIONALITY. They show how their creativity are the results of the processes of specific impressions that they have from their personal relations with their own external world. Each of them has different intentionality as of course, they have their own different internalization. Empathy, simpathy and the impression one takes when their attention is focused on something (intention) cannot be similarly measured even however similar they are in their creation or technical manipulation Dedy Sufriadi is focused on plying objects or whatever. Every object is an aesthetic object. It is as if every object surrenders themself to be manipulated. Dedy’s experiences with the objects and in showing their unique intentionality do not make them manifested fully so that they are distanced from their own as experiencing subjects but make those objects as parts of their subjectivity just because the objects are not transparent. Dedy constitutionalised objects by not placing them in the ever-calculated boundary order so that they show a regulated composition as an aesthetic achievement. His aspiration is none other than having those objects to be related closely to his technical manner, be it by dots, lines, colors, or words, that they represent a pretty complex relation modus phenomenon. On the other side, Agus Baqul explored lines which are showing inter-related expressions, which are rain, gold, and numbers. Lines in the forms of numbers are the unique choice of Agus’ aesthetic-technique though they do not always materialised. Agus is a painter that seem to be immensely enjoying the composition for the fact that there are potentials to overcome their boundaries. Mathematically, numbers are not more than the base of sistemic composition formation but for Agus, they are also imaginary lines that can be contextualized according to his will of the heart. We live in the phenomenon of the everintertwined various aspects which we are forced to accept for a long time with confiction that all aspects of live must be definite, including

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bilangan adalah bagian dari alam dan pada hematnya manusia juga adalah bagian dari alam. Dalam hal ini Agus mau menunjukkan bahwa relasi intensional itu pada hakekatnya adalah sebuah modus kekayaan hidup. Intensionalitas Ibrahim sangat menantang, menyusup dan menjadi penghayatan mengada bersama alam. Nyaris tak nampak garis batas antara aku-alam. Subjek tak lain merupakan lanscape di mana kesadaran juga mewujud dalam garis-garis batas ruang-waktu yang diam dan esoterik. Kita dihantar pada suasana relasi antara interioritas dengan eksterioritas yang menanggalkan gaun keakuan dan keserbabendaan. Lukisan-lukisan Ibrahim secara mencolok merupakan dunia kesan. Manusia dalam akunya tengah mencair dan benda-benda pun tak lagi tersentuh seperti tembok yang memisahkan jarak aku-objek menjadi sebuah kesadaran dunia kebersamaan secara spiritual. Hal ini bukan berarti menandakan selesainya sebuah perjalanan namun justru semakin menggeliat sebagaimana cerianya tampilan garis-garis dan warna. Ketiga pelukis ini memiliki teknik torehan garis estetik yang mirip dalam mengabstraksi kesan-kesan dari pengalaman mereka. Sudah sejak tiga tahun yang lalu rencana untuk mempertemukan ketiganya dalam satu pameran dan hal ini ternyata terlaksana. Mereka memiliki latar budaya yang berbeda. Dedy Sufriadi berasal dari Palembang, Agus Baqul dari Jawa, sedangkan Ibrahim dari Padang. Kebetulan mereka bertemu dalam sebuah institusi seni di Yogyakarta (Institut Seni Indonesia). Mereka bertiga sendiri yang bergulat dengan tema dan hasil karyanya sama-sama menunjukkan kedekatan intensionalitas mereka terhadap pengalamannya sendiri dengan dunia eksternal. Intensionalitas itu adalah kekayaan bathinnya sendiri yang mereka bagikan lewat karya lukis sebagai kemungkinan saling menyapa dengan penikmatnya.

the relation of people and their nature. Rain, gold, and even numbers are parts of nature and in essence, humans are also part of nature. In this sense, Agus would like to show that the intentional relation is in essence is a modus of life’s richness. The intentionality of Ibrahim is very challenging, infiltrating and becoming an internalization of being with nature. There is almost no visible line between the me-nature. Subjects are no more than lanscape where consciousness are manifested in the borderlines of the still and escotheric space-time. We are brought to the situation of relation between interiority and exteriority that shed their selfness and material gown. Ibrahim’s paintings starkly represent the world of impression. Human in its selfness is melting and objects are no longer within touch like wall that creates the distance between me-object into a spiritually collective conscious mind. This does not signal the end of the journey but instead the more it shifts as is shown by the fibrant display of lines and colors. The three painters have a similar aesthetic line etching technique in abstracting the impressions of their experiences. It has been three years since the first idea of combining them into one exhibition took form. Now here they are. They come from different cultural backgrounds: Dedy Sufriadi comes from Palembang, Agus Baqul from Java, while Ibrahim is from Padang. They happened to meet in the same art institution in Jogjakarta (Institut Seni Indonesia). Their own struggle with their distinct theme resulted in the similar nearness with intentionality of their own experience with their external world. Their intentionality are their own spiritual richness that they chose to share through their paintings in order to have the chance to be acquintanced with their viewer.

Tommy F Awuy Kurator

Tommy F Awuy Curator

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DEDY SUFRIADI

art is not something, but it is about something • 150 x 200cm • mixed media on canvas • 2014 6


burning series, art pleasure #4 •

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150 x 200cm • acrylic on canvas • 2014


identification object series #2 • 150 x 150cm • mixed media on canvas •

2014 8


identification object series #3 • 150 x 200cm • mixed media on canvas • 2014 9


identification object series • 150 x 150cm • mixed media on canvas • 2014 10


AGUS ‘BAQUL’ PURNOMO

Hujan Emas #1 • 150 cm x 200 cm • acrylic on canvas • 2014

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Hujan Emas #2 • 150 cm x 200 cm • acrylic on canvas • 2014

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Hujan Emas #3 13

• 150 cm x 200 cm • acrylic on canvas • 2014


Hujan Emas #4 • 150 cm x 200 cm • acrylic on canvas • 2014 14


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Hormati Guru Sayangi Teman • 120 cm x 180 cm • acrylic on canvas • 2014


IBRAHIM

Landscape • 150 x 200 cm • acrylic, pencil, spidol on canvas • 2014 16


Lembah bukit batu • 200 x 200 cm • acrylic, pencil on canvas • 2014 17


Samudra taman hati • 145,5 x 200cm • acrylic, pencil on canvas • 2014

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Ujungrasa • 165 x 165cm • acrylic, pencil on canvas • 2014

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Jendela Jiwa • 200 x 200 cm • acrylic, pencil, spidol on canvas • 2014 20


DEDY SUFRIADI

Was born in Palembang, May 20, 1976. Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta Awards: 2012 Finalis UOB ART AWARD 2009 Finalis Tujuh Bintang Art Award 2009, Yogyakarta 2008 Karya terbaik Kompetisi Seni Visual “Setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Galery 2006 Juara III Lomba Graffiti di Yogyakarta 2004 Juara III Lomba Graffiti di AMPTA Yogyakarta 2000 Finalis Philip Morris-Indonesia Art Award 1999 Finalis Nokia Art Award 1998 Finalis Winsor And Newton Art Competition 1997 Karya Seni Lukis Terbaik Feksiminas IV Yogyakarta 1996 Karya Sketsa Terbaik Fakultas Seni Rupa ISI Yogyakarta Karya Seni Lukis Cat Air & Akrilik Terbaik Minat Utama Seni Lukis, Fakultas Seni Rupa ISI Yogyakarta Selected solo exhibition(s): 2014 “Hypertext“ Interpre8 Gallery, Kualalumpur, Malaysia 2013 “Logical and Intuition” ODETOART, Singapore 2012 “Hypertext“ Galeri Biasa Yogyakarta 2012 “The World Of Words” Philo Artspace Jakarta 2011 “The Body Of Text” Shyang Art Space Magelang 2010 “Hypertext Discrepancy”, Philo Art space Jakarta 2009 “Hypertext” tembi contemporary Yogyakarta 2007 “Re-READING”, Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta 2007 “UN-Logical”, Jamaican Bar Yogyakarta 2003 “EKSISTENSIALISME”, FSR ISI Yogyakarta Selected group exhibition(s): 2014 “Intentionality”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia Devotion, Jogja Galeri Yogyakarta Mencetak, Tercetak. Studio Komroden Haro Yogyakrta Nandur Srawung, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta Fitur-Figur, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta Soulscape on Progress, Nalarroepa Ruang seni Yogyakarta ARTJOG14, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

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50:50, Nalarroepa Ruang seni Yogyakarta Untukmu Guru, Museum Widyatat Magelang 2013 ARTJOG13, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta BEHIND THE MYTH, AKTO Yunani, Yunani BEHIND THE MYTH, TIM Jakarta Silaturahmi, Bentara Budaya Jakarta Bienalle Sumatera, Taman Budaya Padang Pari Suka Pari. Di Museum Affandi Yogyakarta ART FOR THE BIGGEST ANGKLUNG Performance Jakarta Figuring Text, Text Figuring. Di Sangkring Art Space Yogyakarta 2012 “THE SPEAKING HOUSE”, Durbar Hall Gallery, India “Vertigo, The Indonesian Ugliness”, Odetoart Gallery Singapore “Festival Seni Melayu Asia Tenggara ” Padang Sumetera Barat. “Live Inn Harmony” warung YAYA ARTSPACE Sanur Bali “[s]mallseries” I AM artspace yogyakarta “Tanda Mata” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta “Silaturahmi” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta “Isyarat Langit” di GO ARTSPACE Surabaya “ARTJOG12”. Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. “ UOB ART AWARD #2“. Jakarta “Free kick” Royal Plaza Surabaya “Tanah air Pusaka” bentara budaya Yogyakarta “The cock still fighting” syhang art space magelang “ UOB art award” Gedung UOB jakarta “Koleksi Magelang Young Collectors” RAC Magelang “Kembar Mayang”, Museum Widayat Magelang. “Ruang Yang Sama” Museum H.Widayat Magelang “ Kembar Mayang”, Museum Widayat Magelang. “Ruang Yang Sama” Museum H.Widayat Magelang “Meeting Point” Taxsu Art Galery Bali 2011 Food And Paper, RAC Magelang Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Galeri Nasional Jakarta Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Sangkring Art Space Yogyakarta ARTJOG 11, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta MY SPACE, philo art Space Jakarta Intelectus Sindicate. AJBS Galeri Surabaya Mandiri Prioritas Jakarta Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta XXVII. Gallery ISI Yogyakarta


2010 “Unity: The Return to Art” at Wendt Gallery newyork. USA “Tramendum “philo Art Space. Gallery nasional jakarta “lets fly an arrow,” tujuh bintang gallery yogyakarta “soulscape, treasure spiritual in art” Toni raka Gallery Bali “ke-Bersamaan” Galery Biasa Yogyakarta “Soulscape”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta “Gerakan Seni Abstrak Indonesia” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta 2009 “Diorama kedamaian”hotel melia purosani yogyakarta “Hiperlink” Tujuh Bintang Art Space Yogyakarta “The Dream”, Tujuh Bintang Art Award, Jogja National Museum. Yogyakarta “Subject Ekpose(s)”. Pure Art Space, Jakarta “Cogito” Philo art space Jakarta “Selayang Pandang Bumi Sriwijaya II. Yogyakarta “Guruh Umar Bakri”, Jogja Gallery Jogjakarta “Halo-Halo 1”, Manila Contemporary, Manila Philippina “Fresh 4 U”. Jogja Galery Jogjakarta “Realitas #3”, Ketik Reg Manjoer. Sangkring art space yogyakarta “HEADLIGHTS 2009”. VWFA Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 2008 “Golden Box #2”, jogja gallery Jogjakarta “All I Want For Xmas” Manila Contemporary Manila Philippina “Versus”, Galeri 678 Jakarta “Grand Opening Red Sea Gallery”, Australia “Too Much Painting Will Kill You” di Tujuh Bintang Art Space Yogyakarta “Perjalanan Seni Lukis Abstrak # 8”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta “Setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Gallery Jogjakarta “Fragmentasi”, Philo Art Space Jakarta 2007 “Perjalanan Seni Lukis Abstrak Indonesia # 5”, Semar Galery Malang “Optimis #2”, Galeri Biasa Yogyakarta. “Seni lukis Abstrak #4”, Galery Nasional jakarta

“Vice Versa”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta 2005 exhibition at Four Season Hotel Jakarta exhibition at Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta exhibition at Museum Ulen Sentalu Yogyakarta 2004 exhibition at i Jogja Ekspo Center Yogyakarta exhibition at Jogja Village Inn Yogyakarta 2003 Grand Opening Rumah Seni Muara Kelompok 8 di Benteng Vredeburg Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya Yogyakarta #2 Issue di Rumah Seni Muara Yogyakarta Membaca Ruang-Ruang di Rumah Seni Muara Pratisara Afandi Adi Karya 2003 Launching Jurnal Seni Rupa SIDI 2002 lima pelukis Yogyakarta, Gallery Proklamasi Jakarta “Fathomless 7”, Mien Gallery Yogyakarta di Etnik Kafe Yogyakarta 2001 Seni Lukis “Kelompok 8 Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya”, Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta Seni Lukis “Imajinasi dan Warna“, Bizete Gallery Jakarta Seni Lukis Bertiga di Dirix Art Gallery Dialog Multi Rupa Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya di Palembang “Realitas II” Kelompok Greget, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta Art Festival Bizette Gallery Jakarta Total Indonesia Art Award di Jakarta 2000 Seni Rupa Perupa Muda Yogyakarta Bersama, Dirix Art Gallery Yogyakarta “Kelompok Solusi 4”, Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta Seni Rupa Gelar Seni Pertunjukan Rakyat, ISI Yogyakarta FKY Yogyakarta Seni Rupa Islami KMI ISI Yogyakarta, Masjid Istiqlal Jakarta. Seni Lukis Philip Moris Indonesian Art Award di Gallery Nasional Jakarta. Seni Lukis “Art Festival”, Bizete Gallery Jakarta Seni Rupa “Campur Sari”, Gallery ISI Yogyakarta

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AGUS ‘BAQUL’ PURNOMO Was born in Kendal, Central Java, 19 Agustus 1975. Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta Award 1997 The best of water color FSR ISI Yogyakarta 1999 Finalist of “Nokia Art Award”, Jakarta 2006 Finalist of “Jakarta Art Award”, Jakarta Finalist of “International Print & Drawing Biennale”, Taiwan Selected solo exhibition(s): 2001 “Ruang Tanpa Ruang”, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta 2005 “Final Work”, Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta 2008 “Vortex 8”, Tembi Contemporary Gallery, Yogyakarta 2009 “Recite! / Iqra’!”. Valentine Willie Fine Art, KL, Malaysia 2010 “Secret Garden”, Vivi Yip Art Room, Jakarta 2011 “UniVerse(s)”, Annexe Gallery, KL, Malaysia 2012 “Number in the Sky”, Jogja Contemporary, Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Selected group exhibition(s): 2014 “Intentionality”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia “Thai & Indonesia Art Exchange”, Chalerm Phrakiat Art Gallery Uttaradit, Rajabhat University, Uttaradit, Thailand “Pullman Artnight”, Pullman International Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia “ISI ISI”, Talenta Organizer, S 8 Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia “Thai & Indonesia Art Exchange”, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Untukmu Guru”, HPAM, Museum Haji Widayat Magelang, Indonesia “Enam Sembilan Quo Vadis Nusantara?“ Jogja Contemporary, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Titian Berkah”, Islamic Art Exhibition, Magelang, Indonesia “AKSARA / RUPA”, Presentasi Karya Rupa Berbasis Aksara, Culture Center Koesnadi Hardja Soemantri ( Purna Budaya ) UGM, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Nandur Srawung, Pameran Rupa-Rupa Seni Rupa”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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2013 “Figuring Text, Texting Figure”, Jogja Contemporary, Sangkring Artspace, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Art @ Whiteaways”, VW Special Projects, The Whiteaways Arcade, George Town, Penang, Malaysia “Gelar Seni Budaya Pesisir 2013”, Gedung Budaya Loka, Tuban, Indonesia “Bazzar art ++”, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia 2012 “Halo-halo 6 ” Manila Contemporary, Philippines “MONUMENTAL” , Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapure “MINI- MONUMENTAL”, Valentine Willie Fine Art,KL, Malaysia “Art Dubai”, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai,UAE “Kembar Mayang”, Museum Haji Widayat, Magelang, Indonesia “Negari Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat”, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Tropical Uniform”, AJBS Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia “Freekick”, Convention Hall Royal Square, Surabaya, Indonesia “Homo Luden #3”, Emmitan CA Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia “JAVA SPICE”, International Visual Art Exhibition, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 2011 “Headlight 2011”, Valentine Willie Fine Art,KL, Malaysia “Halo-halo 5 ” Manila Contemporary, Philippines “Speak Of”, jogjanews.com, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Nusantara di atas Kanvas”, Sampoerna Strategic, Jakarta, Indonesia “Survey 2#10”, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta,Indonesia “Colors of Asia”, Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan “Uprising Detik’96”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Art│Jog│11 “,Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Ilustrasi Cerpen KOMPAS 2011”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Indonesia “BAYANG”, Pameran Besar Seni Rupa Kontemporer Islami Indonesia,National Art Gallery , Jakarta “Art Motorcycle” ,tribute to Nurcholis, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia 2010 “Inventory”, Pesantren Kali Opak, Yogyakar-


ta, Indonesia “Salon Remix”, Valentine Willie Fine Art, KL, Malaysia “Ranah Seni Tenggara”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Faith + Reason”, Manila Contemporary, Philipines “Proklamasi!”, Watergate Gallery, Seoul, South Korea “Proklamasi!”, Chang Art, Beijing, China “Artriangle 3”, Balai Seni Lukis Negara Malaysia / National Art Gallery, KL, Malaysia “Sign and After: Contemporary Islamic Art” , Lawang Wangi, Bandung “T R A M E N D U M”, Philo Art Space’s 5th anniversary exhibition, National Art Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia “4th Anniversarry of Jogja Gallery”, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Artlicious”, 7 Bintang Artspace, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Jogja Gumregah, amal untuk Merapi”, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta,Indonesia 2009 “Headlight” Valentine Willie Fine Art, Malaysia “Headlight” Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore “Fresh 4 U” Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Halo-halo 1” Manila Contemporary, Philippines “Parameters + Play + Repetition = Patterns” Manila Contemporary, Philippines “Blueprint for Jogja” Tembi Contemporary, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Survey #2” Edwin Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia “Cogito”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia “Hyperlink”, 7 Bintang Art Space, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Borderless World”, 2nd Anniversary of Sri Sasanti Gallery, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Islam and Identity”, Ritz Carlton – Pacific Place, Jakarta, Indonesia “Exposign” Jogja Expo Centre, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Jogja Jamming: Biennale Jogja X”, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

“Looking In Ward” Elegance Gallery Jakarta, Indonesia “Jawa Baru” SriSasanti Gallery Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Jogja Art Fair (JAF) Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “ReUnion” Detik 96. Sangkring Yogyakarta, Indonesia “AHA”, V Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “888”, Bale Black Box Laboratory, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Ya’Sin: The Untranslatable” Yogya Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Play with 3D Objects”, Jogja National Museum (JNM), Yogyakarta , Indonesia “Tenggara”, Novas Contemporary Urban Center (CUC), Liverpool, UK “All I Want for X-Mas”, Manila Contemporary, Philippines 2007 “Nusantara Berkisah”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Artriangle”, Wisma Soka Gakai, Kuala Lumpur “Abstract Relation”, Xoas Gallery, Kuala Lumpur “Buzer”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Ibumi”, Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia 2006 “Art for Yogya”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Artcare”, Soboman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Wedding : Tobacco &Art OHD”, Magelang, Indonesia “International Print & Drawing Biennale”, National Museum, Taiwan “Kisi-Kisi Jakarta”, Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia “Terror? “, Intersection for The Art, California, USA

2008 “Celebrating The Differences”, Elegance Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia “Grand Openning of Tembi Contemporary”, Tembi Contemporary Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Daya Perempuan” A2A Gallery Jakarta, Indonesia

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IBRAHIM

Was born in Bukittinggi 27 oktober 1975 Education at Indonesian Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia Award: 2001 Finalist Phillip Morris Indonesia Art Award Selected Solo Exibition(s): 2012 No Story di Rumah Seni Embun Medan 2008 Sunyi Di Tengah Riuh Gallery Semarang Selected group Exibition(s): 2014 “Intentionality”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia 2013 Para Pengajar Seni Rupa 2013: “Melihat/Dilihat” Galeri Nasional Indonesia Motion and Rhythm, sangkring art project, yogyakarta Emosi dan Rasa, go art space, Surabaya Traditional and Modernity ISI Padangpanjang di H K U .Utrecht. Neaderlands homo ludens 4 di taman budaya bali bertiga ‘Lihat’ di Taman Budaya Padang. 2012 Kembar Mayang di Museum Widayat . Magelang Freekick di Convention Hall Royal Square, Surabaya. BIENNAL SUMATERA di Taman Budaya Sumatera Barat Merapi Singgalang di Rumah budaya Fadlizon .padangpanjang Garis Bawah di gedung M.Syafei kota padangpanjang 2011 cross over Tujuh Bintang Gallery Yogyakarta Up Reasing 96 Taman Budaya Yogyakarta ARTJOG II Taman Budaya Yogyakarta Betawi dan Jakarta tempo doloe Gandaria city Jakarta 2010 BAKABA Sakato art community Jogja Nasional Museum 2009 Trap[esium]Edwins Gallery Jakarta 2008 Survey Edwin Gallery Jakarta Sunyi Di Tengah Riuh Gallery Semarang

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2007 Dua kota,STSI Padang Panjang,Taman Budaya Sumatra Utara, Medan jogja art fair, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta E-Motion,Visual art,Gallery Nasional Jakarta Detik 96 Sangkring art space Yogyakarta 2006 Spirit, V-art gallery,Yogyakarta 2005 Spirit of play, Bentara Budaya Yogjakarta re-reading landscape Nadi,gallery Jakarta 2004 campur-campur Taksu gallery Jakarta Mempertimbangkan Tradisi (sanggar sakato) gallery Nasional Jakarta 2003 Gelar karya isi di Museum Nasional Jakarta Festival Kesenian Indonesia di stsi Surabaya Diesnatalis isi gallery isi yogyakarta 2002 bersama lukis dan patung “manusia 2002” dirix gallery jadikan aku pacarmu sanggar caping benteng fredenburg yogyakarta Phillip Morris Asean Art Award di hotel Seraton Bali Fathomles 7 di miens gallery Yogyakarta 2001 lukis bertiga di dirix gallery yogyakarta phillip morris indonersia art award gallery nasional Jakarta 11 (sebelas) gelaran budaya yogyakarta 2000 gelar seni pertunjukan 1999 kelompok sakato di purna budaya yogyakarta kelompok detik 96 di purna budaya yogyakarta festival kesenian Indonesia gallery isi yogyakarta 1998 kelompok detik 96 di purna budaya yogyakarta 1997 kelompok sakato di purna budaya yogyakarta


This catalogue is published in conjunction with a group exhibition

INTENTIONALITY December 18, 2014 - January 18, 2015 © Philo Art Space Jl Kemang Timur 90 C South Jakarta 12730 Indonesia t/f: (62 21) 719 84 48 m: +62 811 10 60 47 e: info@philoartspace.com philoartspace99@gmail.com w: www.philoartspace.com Curator: Tommy F Awuy Special thanks: Yenny Wahid, Dedy sufriadi, Agus “Baqul” Purnomo, Ibrahim Photography of Artworks: Artist Design : milovtrisno@gmail.com Published by Philo Art Space 042/2014 Copy Rights © Philo Art Space All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photography, recording or otherwise, without the written permission from Philo Art Space

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Intentionality  

The Painting Exhibition at Philo Art Space at present are showcasing the works by three painters: Dedy Sufriadi, Agus Baqul, and Ibrahim und...

Intentionality  

The Painting Exhibition at Philo Art Space at present are showcasing the works by three painters: Dedy Sufriadi, Agus Baqul, and Ibrahim und...

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