COLLABORATION IN SOUND BY INDONESIAN AND AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS

NGV Studio, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square from the 1-23 November 2014
Artists

Jompet Kuswidananto

Jompet Kuswidananto
Jompet is a visual artist based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He studied Communication at Faculty of Social and Political Science of Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta

Bagus Pandega

Bagus Pandega
Bagus Pandega is a visual artist based in Bandung. He works between the intersection of visual arts and music.

Asep Nata

Asep Nata
Asep Nata is an ethnomusicologist from Bandung, Indonesia. He has over the years studied at various institutions including ANU in Canberra with Dr. Linda Connor (Australia) dan Patsy Asch (USA)

Ardi Gunawan

Ardi Gunawan
Ardi Gunawan is a Jakarta-born artist who was based in Melbourne from 2003-2010. Throughout his practice, he develops projects that are process-driven.

Wibowo (research participant only)

Wibowo (research participant only)
Wibowo is a traditional Gamelan builder and tuner. He has a studio factory in Bantul Yogyakarta and has also been creating custom built Gamelans and made to order gongs.

Mbah Daliyo Gamelan Builders

Mbah Daliyo Gamelan Builders
A gamelan workshop is located in Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is run by master builder Mbah Daliyo who has been making gamelans since the 1970s.

Dylan Martorell

Dylan Martorell
Dylan Martorell is an artist and musician who’s work is influenced by the natural world, human rituals, ethnography and mythology. Music and sound, from field recordings to ritualized performances, play a major part in his multidisciplinary practice.

Eko Yulianto

Eko Yulianto
Eko Yulianto live and work in Surakarta, Indonesia.

Krisna Widiathama

Krisna Widiathama
Krisna is a young noise musician from Yogyakarta, many of the sounds that he uses in his compositions are from electronics that he has hot wired himself.

Rod Cooper

Rod Cooper
Rod Cooper’s first explorations into music and instrument building started while studying sculpture between 1985-1988 at Victoria College, Prahran. The noisy environment of metal workshops with the sounds of construction was where he realized the potential of sculpture to become musical.