LATEST EXHIBITION : ART AS PERSPECTIVE (04 December 2015)
“Art as Perspective” seeks to reaffirm art as a path to deeper understanding. Through the artists’ exploration of their own perspective, we gain greater understanding of our own and of the world around us. We must feel free to express, explore, develop our points of view, our beliefs (“from my perspective”) as we also look to discover their reasons and origins (personal, family, cultural) as well as ideas and values which go beyond our individual environment.
This personal understanding allows us to then take a step back from ourselves (“gain some perspective”) and to see our differences with others as circumstantial and our commonalities as universals. Realization of these universals opens new territories and directions (perspectives of the future) for our own personal growth and for all of our relationships with each other.
Committed to this exploration and dedicated to education, art and culture, CLCeducation has provided a space, an opportunity to which over 30 Indonesia-based artists have responded. From renowned artists to emerging, from Indonesian to foreigners, they have come to share their personal voice.
Together, these artists confirm Bali as a world class art destination and form a perspective of Indonesia. As a multireligious, multilingual and multicultural nation with a predominantly Muslim population, this Indonesian perspective merits to be presented to the world. From December 4th 2015 to January 3rd 2016, inaugurated by Indonesian and French officials,Organized By Nicolaus F.Kuswanto (ZEN Nagrisco utama), curated by Mr. Eddy Soetriyono and Mr. Arif Bagus Prasetyo and supported by national and international press, “Art as Perspective” will display over 50 works of art including paintings, sculptures and art installations. This art exhibition aligns itself with CLCeducation’s philosophy, with Bali as a world class art and cultural center and with Indonesia as an important voice in the global art scene. ( by David Bertrand & Fifi Kurniawati :
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Title : BIRD'S NEST (2009)
ARTWORK " SCULPTURES "
Dimensi : Tinggi 290 cm ; Lebar 215 cm
Material : Kayu kopi, kawat stainless steel 1,5 mm dan 1,0 mm, akar kayu
jati, pipa dan plat baja, plat kuningan, kayu suar dan sling baja.
Finishing : Wood stain color (black), exterior water base coating (UV
protecting and non-toxic).
Teknik pengerjaan : pahat, anyaman, las.
, , , , , , , when birds seek their nests, which are found is 'alienation' as a result of human greed and brutality damaging their habitat. , , , , ,
'Man' is the key word on the rescue and the destruction of nature and the environment unless the will of God Almighty. When the wilderness, when the trees were replaced with concrete jungles and steel poles, that's when disaster struck.
BIRD'S NEST is pengejawatahan on imagination when "disaster" is coming. The trunk of the tree trunk wood coffee unproductive and older than 50 years. Inspired by the bird's nest bird's nest Manyar for its prowess as the architect of the nation's nest of birds. Stainless steel wire material wears size of 1.5 mm and 1.0 mm with randomly woven technique, the webbing attached and customized shape on teak root older than 50 years and teak root is dug out of the ground. Aluminum melt passes through the groove fractional coffee tree depicting environmental disaster. Steel pipe and stainless steel plate with reinforcing bolts construction illustrate that human beings need a strong intention to save the environment. more »
DESIGN OF KITCHEN SET
Interior design is the art or process of designing the interior, often including the exterior, of a room or building. An interior designer is someone who coordinates and manages such projects. Interior design is a multifaceted profession that includes conceptual development, communicating with the stakeholders of a project and the management and execution of the design.
Interior design is the process of shaping the experience of interior space, through the manipulation of spatial volume as well as surface treatment.
Interior designer implies that there is more of an emphasis on planning, functional design and the effective use of space, as compared to interior decorating. An interior designer can undertake projects that include arranging the basic layout of spaces within a building as well as projects that require an understanding of technical issues such as window and door positioning, acoustics, and lighting. Although an interior designer may create the layout of a space, they may not alter load-bearing walls without having their designs stamped for approval by a structural engineer. Interior designers often work directly with architects, engineers and contractors.
Interior designers must be highly skilled in order to create interior environments that are functional, safe, and adhere to building codes, regulations, and ADA requirements. They go beyond the selection of color palettes and furnishings and apply their knowledge to the development of construction documents, occupancy loads, healthcare regulations, and sustainable design principles, as well as the management and coordination of professional services including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and life safety – all to ensure that people can work, live, and learn in an innocuous environment that is also aesthetically pleasing. more »
MONUMEN I GUSTI NGURAH RAI BALI
A monument is a type of structure that was explicitly created to commemorate a person or event, or which has become important to a social group as a part of their remembrance of historic times or cultural heritage, or as an example of historic architecture. The term 'monument' is often applied to buildings or structures that are considered examples of important architectural and/or cultural heritage.
Creation and functions
Monuments have been created for thousands of years, and they are often the most durable and famous symbols of ancient civilizations. Prehistoric tumuli, dolmens, and similar structures have been created in a large number of prehistoric cultures across the world, and the many forms of monumental tombs of the more wealthy and powerful members of a society are often the source of much of our information and art from those cultures. As societies became organized on a larger scale, so monuments so large as to be difficult to destroy like the Egyptian Pyramids, the Greek Parthenon, the Great Wall of China, Indian Taj Mahal or the Moai of Easter Island have become symbols of their civilizations. In more recent times, monumental structures such as the Statue of Liberty and Eiffel Tower have become iconic emblems of modern nation-states. The term monumentality relates to the symbolic status and physical presence of a monument.
Monuments are frequently used to improve the appearance of a city or location. Planned cities such as Washington D.C., New Delhi and Brasília are often built around monuments. For example, the Washington Monument's location was conceived by L'Enfant to help organize public space in the city, before it was designed or constructed. Older cities have monuments placed at locations that are already important or are sometimes redesigned to focus on one. As Shelley suggested in his famous poem "Ozymandias" ("Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"), the purpose of monuments is very often to impress or awe.
Structures created for others purposes that have been made notable by their age, size or historic significance may also be regarded as monuments. This can happen because of great age and size, as in the case of the Great Wall of China, or because an event of great importance occurred there such as the village of Oradour-sur-Glane in France. Many countries use Ancient monument or similar terms for the official designation of protected structures or archeological sites which may originally have been ordinary domestic houses or other buildings.
Monuments are also often designed to convey historical or political information. They can be used to reinforce the primacy of contemporary political power, such as the column of Trajan or the numerous statues of Lenin in the Soviet Union. They can be used to educate the populace about important events or figures from the past, such as in the renaming of the old General Post Office Building in New York City to the James A. Farley Building (James Farley Post Office), after former Postmaster General James Farley.
The social meanings of monuments are rarely fixed and certain and are frequently 'contested' by different social groups. As an example: whilst the former East German socialist state may have seen the Berlin Wall as a means of 'protection' from the ideological impurity of the west, dissidents and others would often argue that it was symbolic of the inherent repression and paranoia of that state. This contention of meaning is a central theme of modern 'post processual' archaeological discourse. [source : wikipedia.org] more »