Picture of the Week: Dynamic Composition Series
February 14, 2007, 11:35 am
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Dynamic Composition Series

Dynamic Composition 6
Widianto Nugroho
Custom software (built with Processing & proSVG library)
Dimension Variable

Widianto Nugroho was graduated from FSRD-ITB in year 1999, majoring in fine arts department. Soon after he finished his study, he involves himself in some web related projects with Onno W. Purbo and Ismail Fahmi (Ganesha Digital Library – GDL initiator) and finds his passion in computer technology and digital image making. Since 1997 he studied computer by himself and learn UNIX programing for server management and networking system. In Dynamic Composition series, he uses his own custom software that was built with Processing & proSVG Library to import the image into SVG format. Dynamic Composition series captured random curves and bazier, which later on converted into Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format by clicking generated images in the screen. You can see more images from Widianto Nugroho by visiting this link.


Picture of the Week: I Don’t Think That I Can Reach You From Here
February 5, 2007, 5:24 am
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I took this picture at mes56, Yogyakarta - Indonesia. I like it.

I Don’t Think That I Can Reach You From Here
Gustaff H. Iskandar
Digital Photography
Dimension Variable

Picture of the Week: The Hobo Never Sleep Tonight
January 24, 2007, 6:51 am
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Image work by Egga

Untitled (The Hobo Never Sleep Tonight)
Anugerah Pratama aka Egga  
Digital Print on Canvas
60 cm x 120 cm

Among his friends in Bandung, Anugerah Pratama aka Egga is known as designer, DJ and experimental musician. Most of his graphic works appears in the form of t-shirts, flyers, posters, etc. He often uses simple vector graphic icon, found images, cut and paste technique; playing with humor, irony and childhood object. In The Hobo Never Sleep Tonight, Egga shows a playful image of four legs black bird with a jewel crown, including his collection of graphic text & icons in the background. This in return, creates an enigmatic – almost like mockery icon – that questioning authority & our stereotype perception about particular sign/symbols.

Picture of the Week: Untitled
January 15, 2007, 4:41 pm
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Looking for Direction

Some Stuff

Gustaff H. Iskandar
(Part of City Tour Project during ISEA 2004)

Gustaff H. Iskandar, Pumpung Wratmoko, R.E. Hartanto, Wahyu Sulasmoro
In City Tour the city is observed as a structure similar to human anatomy, which is a complex construction of numerous super-structures.

In the case of Bandung City, Indonesia, people are confronted with layered, fragmented, distorted spaces on a daily basis, the city is like a living amoeba – almost organic. “City spaces, not merely blocks of concrete but also crowded with noises and activities, have forced us to apply a strategic improvisation as a method of survival. Therefore it is important to carry out research into the effects of city spaces, particularly when we are confined in cities that grow at enormous speed while our adaptation abilities are limited. This tension creates conflicts on the personal and collective level.

Gustaff H. Iskandar writes, teaches, and participates in visual art exhibitions and projects. Pumpung Wratmoko works in media-related commercial projects and is a part of Biosampler, a collective multimedia performance group. R.E. Hartanto is a visual artist, designer. Wahyu Sulasmoro is involved in various contemporary music performances, and is the founder of Biosampler.

(Text are taken from