Collaborating with documentary practitioners, ARTJOG strives to record reality and present it to the public. With this approach, several important elements such as the showroom, the display process, the work process, and the presentation of the artwork can be seen, heard and experienced.
Starting from 2006 when the earthquake hit Yogyakarta, Soboman 219 Community in Yogyakarta try to fill the role of artists for caring for others through a charity program called Artcare and has carried out its role as a social activity since then. Now when the pandemic hits the world, Artcare is back with a spirit of humanity and helping others. Around 100 artists were involved in presenting a collaborative package containing small two-dimensional works to be sold as a package of artworks. Proceed from the sale will then be donated to the parties who need it the most today, both artists and the general public. This year Artcare is held as part of ARTJOG: Resilience and managed by Hita Pranajiwa Mandaya Foundation.
Sunday, 20 September 2020
7 – 9 PM
We invite you to connect with Eko Prawoto and the Murakabi Movement, to dive deeper into the relationship between Architecture to human and selfhood. Discussing the silent architecture that greets hearts only in whispers.