The second edition of the annual contemporary art exhibition Art Bali was officially opened on Saturday (12/10) at ITDC Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali. With the headline Spectulative Memories, this exhibition which presented selected works from 32 Indonesian and foreign artists was held for 3 months, works from 13 October 2019 to 13 January 2020.
This time the Bali Art exhibition presents visual art works in various medium presentations such as paintings, installations, and works with new art media. The total works are 49, consisting of 25 two-dimensional works and 5 three-dimensional works and 19 works are installation / multimedia / video / and other media.
One of the works belongs to artist I Wayan Sujana ‘Suklu’ who responds to the theme of the exhibition by exploring his personal memory of an agrarian cultural memory. He uses bamboo as a medium of expression.
Art Bali is designed as one of the large-scale and international-level art exhibitions in Indonesia with the aim of developing and developing the arts and culture ecosystem in Bali in particular. Art Bali is also intended to inspire and foster public appreciation for the development of artistic works by artists and increase public interest in always visiting art events including contemporary art. Aside from being a public education, Art Bali is intended to help encourage Bali tourism. Therefore, this exhibition was held for three months.
The works in this exhibition gave birth to his own event. He has shaped many realities with various possible transitions. The memory of time has a perspective that is not merely expressed by a large force but displays small pieces that have not had time to be excavated or have not even been found. We always need new efforts to understand the reality that occurs today in order to realize and celebrate humanity. memory can be translated as memory, and this memory appears neurotic. However, these days memory has shifted, especially because of technology, memory is no longer determined by what can be remembered but what is in the cloud. Nilu emphasized that technology is a new extension of human memory today.
Tickets : Foreigners IDR 150 thousand Indonesian citizens IDR 100 thousand