24 Jul Vice Versa 2.0
Back in 2016, Artemis Art organized a month-long group exhibition in Yogyakarta, one of the events featured in that year’s Jogja Art Weeks, fringe events surrounding the annual ArtJog event. Entitled Vice Versa, the exhibition featured thirteen young artists from Indonesia and Malaysia.
This year, we return to Jogja with the second edition, aptly entitled Vice Versa 2.0, featuring a line-up of fourteen young artists from Indonesia and Malaysia. Featured artists are Diana Puspita Putri, I Putu Adi Suanjaya, Laksamana Ryo, Oky Antonius, Rangga Anugrah Putra, and Rizal Hasan from Indonesia, while from Malaysia are Ajim Juxta, Aleff Ahmad, Bibichun, Blankmalaysia, CaraOK, Haris Rashid, Lee Sydney, and Sattama. The collection of works span a gamut of artistic practices.
Vice Versa 2.0 opened at Badai Art Studio (link opens in Google Maps), an art space run by emerging Indonesian artist Indra Dodi, on Wednesday, June 24, and continues its run until August 4 2019.
Art Jog is Yogyakarta’s most prominent annual art event, which has grown in reputation over the years. Some 100 – 200 fringe events take place surrounding the month-long artist-run exhibition every year, collectively known as Jogja Art Weeks, and Vice Versa 2.0 has been included as one of those events. In addition to being Jogja’s busiest visual art period, Art Jog attracts art enthusiasts and practitioners from all around the world, making it an opportune period where young artists can get a wide exposure.
Artemis Art extends our congratulations to all fourteen participating artists, and it is our earnest hope that this exhibition will provide them good exposure to a wide audience of art enthusiasts and art practitioners alike, all of whom have congregated to Yogyakarta from all corners of the globe.
badai art studio
badai art studio is located at Jl. Tegal Kenongo, Tegal Kenanga, Tirtonirmolo, Kasihan, Bantul, and home to emerging Indonesian visual artist Indra Dodi, whom Artemis Art has been actively exhibiting over the past few years. This is the first exhibition held here, which has been turned into an impromptu pop up gallery, especially to accommodate Vice Versa 2.0. Artemis Art is truly grateful to Indra Dodi’s generosity in allowing us to use his space to stage this exhibition.
As is typical of many locations around Yogyakarta, badai art studio doesn’t have an easy to locate street address. However, it is easy to locate via Google Maps, and is also listed on Waze and Grab – simply type in badai art studio on either one of these map/ride-sharing apps. We’ve provided a map snapshot linked to its corresponding Google Maps entry.