COLLECTIONS | KARYA
As-Salam Collective offers a colorful collection of everyday Muslim clothes, designed with progressive symbols and messages, with and without hijab, to bring out the very diverse face of Islam in Indonesia.
Wangsit Firmantika reconstructed men’s clothes found in various shops and combined them with other elements, such as frills and dolls, to overhaul our assumptions about men and masculinity.
A. Andamari responds to the surveillance of women's bodies and clothes. "Women's bodies are constantly seen as objects. Women do not feel safe, cannot move freely and express themselves, " she said.
Ayudilamar collaborated with the Inter-Factory Workers’ Federation (FBLP) and made clothes for 7 workers’ representatives. This is an invitation to the public to get to know the workers as individuals and equals, valuable human beings.
ARTISTS | SENIMAN
FS Putri Cantika (actor/craftsperson), Yuri Nasution (activist), Eliza Vitri Handayani (writer/artist)
Artist dan creative director, Zilingo
Architect and co-founder of MOINDEMAAR, a fashion accessory lab focusing on headpieces.
Ayudilamar is an artist, lecturer, and designer with the label UGLY. FBLP is a federation that fights for worker's’ rights.
EVENTS | ACARA
Come tour the exhibition and talk directly with the artists about their works and creative process.
“Reclaim the Cloth”: Live Screenprinting on various pieces of Muslimwear with Yovista Ahtajida (Agitator Studio)
Discuss how the evolution of dress styles and norms affect your lives and society, while reconditioning old clothes with Fahrul Piliang.
30 April-18 May, 10 am - 8pm, Cemara 6 Galeri-Museum, Jakarta
Fashion show like you’ve never seen before.
MERCHANDISE | SUVENIR
ORGANIZERS | PANITIA
WRITINGS | TULISAN