Posts Tagged 'Bandung'

Socio-historical approach in contemporary art

Socio-historical approach in contemporary art

Just as the recent criticism on Indonesia’s fine art by some high profiles inside the art council itself underscores the lack of relevant social criticism, the more localised contemporary art bienalle in Bandung this year presents a more savvy view which involves a socio-cultural approach, a tendency to revisit interweaving human history with its conspicious butterfly effect we have seen today.

Hidden tea hills

Hidden tea hills

There are 11 major tea-producing provinces in Indonesia that contribute to the country’s seventh place in the world’s biggest tea exporters. At the top spot of these provinces is West Java with nearly ten thousand hectares of lands in total for tea plantations.

SITU PATENGGANG

SITU PATENGGANG

Less than three hours travel south from Bandung (バンドン), we will arrive to a beautiful natural preserved by human and nature side by side existing. Along the way to the location, the traveler will be served with the beautiful scenery of tea plantation – terracing / terasering (台地 – Daichi).