Vision 20/20: Community. Contemporary Indonesian Engaged Photography
After being with us for more than seven months, we have now said goodbye to the incredible exhibition, which was realised in extraordinary times. The exhibition of contemporary Indonesian engaged photography, which inspired us, moved us deeply, and led us to look beyond the horizon of stereotypes is still virtually accessible – through the photographs and virtual tours.
27 photographers with their individual projects and own visions of the Indonesian society and social interaction in this country, which we too often only comprehend through a simplified frame of general stereotypes, represent the geographic vastness of Indonesia. Specific Indonesian communities, whose stories are narrated by photographers that were engaged and involved with the community, often reflect our own challenges, which are far from being exotic and so characteristic for the contemporary global society and its dynamics.
Production: Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
In collaboration with: PannaFoto (Jakarta, ID), Živi Atelje DK (Zagreb, HR)
Photographers: Adrian Mulya, Aftonun Nuha, Aji Susanto Anom, Albertus Vembrianto, Aprillio Abdullah Akbar, Azhari Setiawan, Djoyosantyo Joachim, Edy Susanto, Eka Nickmatulhuda, Fahreza Ahmad, Fajri Azhari, Fauzy Chaniago, Hariandi Hafid, Ismar Patrizki, Malahayati, Michael Eko, Muhammad Fadli, Muni Moon, Okky Ardya, Rangga Yudhistira, Romi Perbawa, Rosa Panggabean, Sapta Hudaya, Utami Godjali, Yoppy Pieter, Yusni Aziz, Zulkifli
Curators: Marija Skočir (MGML), Ng Swan Ti (PannaFoto), Saša Kralj (Živi Atelje DK)
Curatorial and organisational assistance: Julija Hoda, Lisna Dwi Astuti
Graphic and exhibition design: Bojan Lazarevič (Agora Proars)
Realisation of the exhibition: Technical Service MGML, O.K.vir
The project was made possible by: City of Ljubljana, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to Slovenia Resident in Vienna
Media sponsor: TAM-TAM