Isolation. Humor. Esotericism.
How do we measure ourselves in today's layered world of narratives?
We are pleased to share the participation of ROH Projects Projects' with a group presentation of works by Luqi Lukman, Maruto, Nadira Julia and Nadya Jiwa.
Born 1990, Bandung, Indonesia
Lives and works in Bali, Indonesia
Luqi Lukman creates subtle compositions out of materials that he accumulates over time. Slowly built, Lukman's work embodies a sense of flux and absorption in time that comes muted in their almost monochromatic rendering. Working between organic objects and industrial, almost structural, plain materials; his works meanders without preconception to embody subjective memories into the tangible.
Selected exhibitions include I am Able to Ask but Too Stupid to Understand, Studio Batur, Bandung (2018); Telisik, Fajar Sidik Gallery, Yogyakarta (2017); Thinking Through Craft, Lorong Gallery, Yogyakarta (2017); Kemungkinan, Ruang Seduh, Yogyakarta (2016); The Gate, Institut Français d’Indonesie, Bandung (2015); Nandur Srawung, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta (2014); Print Parade, Studio Grafis Minggiran, Yogyakarta (2013); Pseudo Participative, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2012); City Soundscape, IVAA-Karta Pustaka-Galeri Biasa, Yogyakarta (2012).
Copyright belongs to The Artists
Photography courtesy of The Artists and ROH