'CP Biennale 2005: Urban/Culture presents a myriad of urban endeavors, dreams, frustrations, and laughter, contributed by 70 participants from Indonesia and abroad - artists, comic artists, and architects. Also presented here - in Indonesian and English - are essays from six writers, where Jim Supangkat narrates the history of the Indonesain civil society; Marco Kusumawijaya questions the urbanity; Rizki A Zaelani muses about the obscure heroes of the contemporary society; Asmudjo Jono Irianto expounds the linkage between the city and the art; Shin Yi Yang comments on the heterogeneity of urban life; and Timothy O'Leary talks about the arts and the urban kaleidoscope.' - excerpt from the backcover of the catalogue.

The catalogue includes descriptions of works, brief artist biographies, remarks by the Governor of Bank Indonesia and introduction by Djie Tjianan, Chairman of CP Foundation.

Other participating artists include: Peter Bialobrzeski, West-8, Ann Wizer
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Onsite

Location code EX.INO.CPB.2005
Language

Bahasa Indonesian, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2005

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
The Venue of CP Biennale 2005

- Marco KUSUMAWIJAYA

Urban, Reflection

- Jim SUPANGKAT

Indonesian Urbanity: A Project in Progress, without Blueprint

- Marco KUSUMAWIJAYA

Obscure Hero

- Rizki A. ZAELANI

The New Global Spectacle: A Show at Play

- Shinyi YANG, 楊心一

Art and the Urban Kaleidoscope

- Timothy O'LEARY

Indonesian Urban Space and the Contemporary Art

- Asmudjo Jono IRIANTO

CP Biennale 2005: Urban/Culture
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