'This book is about the process of the third batch of Gudskul, which consists of art collectives in various regions in Indonesia, from Solok, West Sumatra to Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara. This book contains materials, notes, documentation of classes that took place online due to the pandemic conditions. In addition, this book also contains participants’ ideas in simulating collaborative work between participants and a collective of collectives called Payon by prioritizing joint sustainability methods.'—from publisher's website
Gudskul: Collective Study and Contemporary Art Ecosystem,
Gudskul: Studi Kolektif dan Ekosistem Seni Rupa Kontemporer
artist group,  art education,  collective practice
Gudskul Book Batch #3 (2020–2021)
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