[installation/instrument] Squaresynth in dLab Retrospective – Wagga Wagga City Gallery exhibition

On the final of my residency with dLux Media Arts, the workshop results I conducted is presented in an exhibition of dLab program. The show was showing dLux program results with the local communities in Wagga Wagga. I combined all the Squaresynths that were made by the girls in Wagga Wagga school. I did a small performance playing all the instruments that were made in to one installation in the video above. Photo documentation by dLux Media Arts bellow. More photos of the exhibition can be found in dLux’s flickr [>>here<<].

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Moist Sense [installation] by Lifepatch in OK Video Festival 2013

A short video on Moist Sense installation from Lifepatch during the participation in Media/Art Kitchen,Muslihat – OK Video Festival 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. A documentation about Lifepatch’s participation in OK Video could be seen in Lifepatch’s site link [>>here<<].

microtransformer [installation] by lifepatch for geekfest 2012

In April 2012, lifepatch participated in geekfest 2012 that was held in Bandung Indonesia. geekfest is a festival for community that working in technology. The festival is more of a public style festival, where people from various backgrounds came to see the displays of every participating communities. During our participation for this festival we displayed ‘microtransformer’ installation, a simple display of tropical fruit process (from IB:SC project) with a little artistic touch to attract the audiences in general. The responds was quite aggressive. :)

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SATU for Nextwave – Structural Integrity [installation]

Installed on Next Wave Festival – Structural Integrity 2010, Melbourne Australia

In May 2010, I was chosen as one of the participating communities for Next Wave Festival in Melbourne, Australia. With “No Risk To Great” theme for the festival, our activities will include a residency, workshops and an exhibition throughout the program. Jeff Khan’s statement in Next Wave media release, “What are the real risks of our time, what are the risks worth taking, and what is our role as individuals, and as artists, in relation to them? Where is the line between our own personal, moral and ethical worlds, and the codes and principles which circulate in the broader context of contemporary culture? What is our capacity to draw, hold or cross this line?” With this theme, we are included as one of eleven Artist Run Initiatives (ARIs) which consists five ARIs from Asia and six from Australia.

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collaboration – speak my language [interactive video installation]

A collaboration with Jette Hye Jin Mortensen, Denmark. Jette was one of residency artist in Yogyakarta International Videowork Festival [YIVF]#04 Out Of It! in 2008. Using GEM on pure data the installation was exhibited in the final presentation of YIVF#04 alongside with Selina Shah (UK), The Darling Sisters (Spain) and Benny Wicaksono (Indonesia). You could download pd patch for Speak My Language interactive installation. (click here)

collaboration – shadow delay [interactive installation]

A collaboration with Adithep Duksukkaew (Job), Thailand. Job was a visual artist  from 5th ASEF Artcamp and on his thesis, he would like to create an interactive video installation using pure data open source software. Using PiDiP; a group of additional video objects for Pure Data Packet, and webcam, the final presentation installation on October, 2008 in Bangkok was a success after several trials. We would like to enhanced this installation in the future. You could download pd patch for delay interactive installation. (click here)

 

nalareksa 0.1: boys/girls [installation]

INSTALLED ON: WE ARE THE CELLS! | CELLSBUTTON#02 – Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival [Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 11-21 August 2008]

Schematic:

boys/girls 0.1 schematic

Description
An analog and digital composition sound installation on an exhibition for Cellsbutton#02, 2008 in Culture Centre de France (LIP) 19 August 2008. Sample gathering process: By collecting air sample in the environment, theoretically; if gas encounters water, then some part of the gas will be absorbed to water. Eventually, there will be an equilibrium, which means the amount of elements released by the water to the air will be equal to the amount of elements that absorbed by air and water.

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