Founded in 1998, Selasar Sunaryo Art Space (SSAS) is a not-for-profit art space in Bandung, Indonesia. The present publication documents the various activities and achievement of SSAS from its beginning to 2008. With SSAS as an example, the book also presents the picture of the situation of Indonesia's art and culture in general, such as the meaning of art space and public space, the relationship between Indonesian artists and art market, and the work mechanisms of exhibition curating. Writers' and editors' biographies are included.

Alternative title

Dedikasi Satu Dekade

Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.SEH2
Language

Bahasa Indonesian, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2008

Edition

1

No of pages

188

ISBN / ISSN

9789791837309

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
A Decade of Selasar Sunaryo

- Hawe Setiawan, Agung HUJATNIKAJENNONG

Selasar Sunaryo Art Space: The Encounter between Light and Structure through Space

- Yuswadi Saliya

Selasar Sunaryo as a Public Space

- Sardono Waluyo Kusumo

To Selasar Sunaryo

- Rizki A. ZAELANI

Studying at Selasar

- Agung HUJATNIKAJENNONG

Idea vs Object: Art Institutions in Indonesia and Its Collections

- Wulan DIRGANTORO

Interview: On Art Space

- Jim SUPANGKAT

Alternations

- Patrick D. FLORES

Contemplating Fate by the Hills of Pakar

- Hendro WIYANTO

Crushed Bamboo, Bitter Bodies, and a Split Identity

- Aminudin T.H. SIREGAR

The Dynamics of Creative Culture Development in Bandung Post-1998

- Gustaff ISKANDAR

Selasar Sunaryo Art Space's Programs (1998-2008)
Selasar amidst the Market Cacophony

- Asmudjo Jono IRIANTO

A Decade of Dedication
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