Held concurrently with the 60th anniversary of Bandung Conference, Biennale Jogja XIII – Equator #3 (2015) had Nigeria as a partner country. Curated by Wok The Rock (Indonesia) and Jude Anogwih (Nigeria). Rain Rosidi, BJ XIII artistic director, Wok the Rock and Jude Anogwih paints the Indonesia – Nigeria relationship in intriguing contradictions: disunity and unity, disagreement and agreement, at the same time. Hence the theme ‘Hacking Conflict’.
National Committee For Art Purification (2015/2015) by Ace House CollectiveYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
The activities in BJ XIII were in line with the vision of Yayasan Biennale Yogyakarta (YBY) to establish concrete efforts in structuring and redefining the ideas of internationalism and offering alternatives to relations between countries in the world stage, made unbalanced by a history of colonialism and Cold War.
Voice of Equator (2015/2015) by Anggun PriambodoYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
#Dear_SARA (2015/2015) by Agan HarahapYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Relocation For An Occasion #2 (2015/2015) by Ardi GunawanYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Relying On Words (2015/2015) by Arief YudiYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Hunger, Inc (2015/2015) by Elia Nurvista & Fajar RiyantoYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Rasa Dalam Centimeter (2015/2015) by Fitri SetyaningsihYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Restitution of 1755: Hacking Giyanti (2015/2015) by Irwan Ahmett & Tita Salina & Yudi Ahmad TajudinYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Margi Wuta #2 (2015/2015) by Joned SuryatmokoYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Taman Tiban (2015/2015) by ketjilbergerakYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Held concurrently with the 60th anniversary of Bandung Conference and provided the framework of Biennale Jogja, H, Biennale Jogja XIII – Equator #3 (2015) had the spirit of Bandung.
It confirms how our past is part of our identity, but looking forward to the future and building new narratives based on the now is equally important.
SKS-Sistem Kebut Sekolah (2015/2015) by LifepatchYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Sweet Crude, Black Gold (2015/2015) by MaryantoYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Rough Machine/Soft Power (2015/2015) by Punkasila & Slave PianosYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Do.Re.Mi.No & Cari Padu (2015/2015) by Rully ShabaraYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
KurikuLab: Pasar Ilmu (2015/2015) by SerrumYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Simulasi Harapan (2015/2015) by Tarlen HandayaniYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Hacking Artworks (2015/2015) by Wukir SuryadiYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Within this framework, the Indonesian-Nigerian relation was not viewed in terms of mere differences and similarities.
Giliranku! It's My Turn (2015/2015) by Yazied SyafaatYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Kampungku Uripku (2015/2015) by Yustoni Volunteero & SAKIYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Fluxcup Chroma Key Project (2015/2015) by Yusuf IsmailYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Al-Ikhlas. The Purity, The Refining (2015/2015) by Aderemi AdegbiteYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
I Learnt This! (2015/2015) by Amarachi OkaforYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
What’s more constructive is to see how both explore the potentials in the differences and similarities to initiate post-colonial movements.
LOS-JOGJA (2015/2015) by Emeka OgbohYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Street Slam (2015/2015) by Emeka UdembaYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
People To People (2015/2015) by Kainebi OsahenyeYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Trace: Transactional Aesthetics (2015/2015) by Ndidi DikeYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Black Market Museum (2015/2015) by Olanrewaju TejuosoYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
In practice, the artists worked to reflect their dynamic daily lives and frame them in artistic and cultural practice, and to encourage audience participation as part of this reflection.
Strategic Multilogue (2015/2015) by Segun AdefilaYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
Created Just For You (2015/2015) by Temitayo OgunbiyiYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
To Whom Shall We Give it To (2015/2015) by Uche Okpa-IrohaYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta
The Wealth of Nations (2015/2015) by Victor EhikhamenorYayasan Biennale Yogyakarta