Posts Tagged 'Culture'

DANCING THE SOUND OF LABORIOUS WORK IN HELATARI SALIHARA 2017

DANCING THE SOUND OF LABORIOUS WORK IN HELATARI SALIHARA 2017

The recorded sounds of cut wood by axe, saw, knife, sandpaper and brush to make a traditional wood mask set the atmosphere for the choreographer Katia Engel’s latest work in Indonesia, For Starting to Cut the Wood. It conveys the process of the mask making process and its relation to the materials and work tools, which was interpreted by a dancer.

DANCE FILM PERFORMANCE IN THE STREETS OF SOUTH JAKARTA

DANCE FILM PERFORMANCE IN THE STREETS OF SOUTH JAKARTA

The interaction between dancers, people on the streets, cinematographer, and a technology-savvy all in real time basis event presents an art-technology work of the choreographer Yola Yulfianti in a dance film performance, a bold idea that poses challenges in not only the unfamiliarity of the new medium, but also in the country’s current mobile data infrastructure. 

REVIEW FILM: THE INVITATION

REVIEW FILM: THE INVITATION

Paranoia yang disebabkan oleh trauma masa lalu membuat orang sekitar meragukan kondisi mental mereka yang mengalaminya. Rasionalitas dianggap sebagai validitas kondisi psikologi yang normal. Di sisi lain intuisi yang sebagian dipengaruhi oleh perasaan diragukan.

20 YEARS OF KUBIKUKURI

20 YEARS OF KUBIKUKURI

In one of the most intense art performance in SIPFest 2016, the ARICA Theater Company draws an inspiration from a mundane cycle of life which conveys a universal message about a vivid impression of everyone’s life that often failed to be notice.

THE END OF CREOLE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

THE END OF CREOLE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

The Portuegese-based creole in Southeast Asia took its last breath as the last generation of passive speakers in Kampung Tugu, home-village of a small, local community of Portuegese descent down from 15th century Portuegese settlers in Indonesia called Mardijkers, were gone without passing the specific language ability to the surviving generation.

SING AND LAUGH IT OUT LOUD IN MEZZOTONO’S A CAPELLA SHOW

SING AND LAUGH IT OUT LOUD IN MEZZOTONO’S A CAPELLA SHOW

The Italian a capella group of five, Mezzotono, performed in front of the public audience they claimed to be the greatest under the concert title “The Mezzotono Show” in Ice Palace hall, Jakarta, 29 September. Indeed, the title implied an attempt to present a more than just musical concert, but combined with a rehearsed stage comical gesture. They take the laughter business seriously.

SITI FATIMAH TRAGIC ROMANCE

SITI FATIMAH TRAGIC ROMANCE

Three months after From Benteng With Love at Taman Anggrek Mal, Jakarta, the Operet Babah Encim staged another love-theme work Legenda Cinta Pulau Kemaro at Galeri Indonesia Kaya, which is based on a folktale from South Sumatra about interracial tragic romance between king of Palembang’s daughter Siti Fatimah and a Chinese merchant Tan Bun An, a fortune and love seeker.