Students of the Faculty of the Fine Arts and Design (FSRD), the Indonesia Institute of the Arts (ISI) Denpasar, organized an exhibition of final assignment at Bentara Budaya Bali. They showcased innovative works denoting an amalgamation of the silhouettes, where the upward one represented the idea or motivation and the downward one represented the realization of the idea.
Reality or social phenomenon in society was featured through the works of art and then delivered back to the community through moral messages. By all means, it reflected four intelligences comprising the spiritual, emotional, intellectual and social, so that it ultimately could display quality works.
In the commemoration of the one hundred and thirteen (113) years of Bung Karno, Alit Widusaka, a man having profession as lecturer at the Faculty of Art & Design, the Indonesia Institute of the Arts (ISI) Denpasar organized an exhibition entitled One Hundred and Thirteen Photos, Posters & Trinkets of Bung Karno at the Marhaenist House Foundation, Denpasar for 15 days (Jun 5-21, 2014).
Materials of the exhibition included the books about Bung Karno approximately consisting of 200 pieces of photograph owned by Bung Karno derived from buying and donations from a number of friends. He also put intact pictures combined with the aphorisms reflecting Bung Karno as a literati, playwright and painter.
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The traces of Balinese cultural transformation occurred recently is featured by young artists coalescing into the members of Sanggar Dewata Indonesia (SDI). At least 39 works of art consist of painting, sculpture and installation. The works of art by 39 artists from across the Island of the Gods were exhibited at the Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) for a month (Jun 9-July 9, 2014).
In addition to the works of sculpture and painting, at the opening of the exhibition entitled Colek Pamor was also presented an installation art as a reflection of togetherness in the work. This innovative work was held outside the exhibition hall.
The young artists looked active and creative in highlighting contemporary issues. These fine artists had an attitude and intense attention to observe traces of cultural transformation in Bali as a catwalk of their creation. The symbols intended to be a marker could be interpreted as part of the artist’s life, respectively.
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