MULTIPLE JUNCTURES is a group exhibition by Agung Prabowo, Nurrachmat Widyasena, and Albert Yonathan Setyawan. The artists, intimately called Albert, Agugn, and Ito, graduated from Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at Institute of Technology, Bandung (ITB). Albert majored in Ceramics, while Agugn and Ito majored in Printmaking. These techniques continued to be their main explorations in their artistic practices. The three are invited to showcase their latest bodies of work in a format of a reunion.
Although Agugn and Ito are known for their printmaking works, both of them work with totally different ideas. Agugn’s practice is closely connected to the quality of his DIY craftmanship. The process of his work begins from producing his own handmade papers, translating his ideas onto lino boards, and conventionally printing the images into editions. As pionereed by Pablo Picasso in 1950’s, Agugn prefers linocut’s ability in achieving firm lines in his works to other methods of printmaking. Moving away from conventionality, Ito works in the applied techniques of printmaking, installation, and drawing. The editions of his works are no longer printed on papers – he uses aluminium instead, and his visuals are transferred to those aluminium boards by etching. On the other hand, repetitions form a pattern in Albert’s ceramic works. He mass produces his works by the hundreds. Following geometric formations imbued with ancient symbolic meanings, hundreds of ceramics are moulded manually and then arranged in patterned configurations.
Opening Reception: Saturday, 5 March, 6-9PM
Exhibition Dates: 5 March – 3 April 2016
Venue: Mizuma Gallery, 22 Lock Road #01-34, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108939
Gallery Hours: Tue-Sat: 11am – 7 pm, Sun: 11am – 6 pm, Closed on Mon and Public Holidays
When: 5 Mar - 3 Apr 2016,
By: Mizuma Gallery