The Big Spill by Ella Wijt

In creating The Big Spill, it was of the utmost importance to Ella that this installation reflect her most honest capacity of ability and limitation at this time in her life. She created these works with a natural curiosity, a problem solving sense of “how?”, while allowing the “why?” to arise slowly from within, expanding in its own way and time. 


In order to disrupt dominant power relations acclaimed by the global west and nation-state view, these artists offer an optional artistic approach that has been imagined and articulated in their work. This attempt reflects and embodies ways of perceiving and sensing the surrounding to dismantling system under the dominant discussion of history, gender, representation, sovereignty and ethnography.

PRIMITIVE MORNINGS by Filippo Sciascia

Art and science have long coexisted, and are both essential in the way we understand and examine our world around us. In contemporary times both forces have converged, where creativity is crucial in understanding our scientific legacy using an artistic lens. Filippo Sciascia’s works are an enquiry into the relationship between art and science.

Gumilar Ganjar

(English below.) Gumilar Ganjar (l. 1990) adalah kurator independen dan pengajar yang berbasis diBandung, Indonesia. Ia lulus dari Kajian Seni, … More