ARCOLABS invite submissions from young Indonesian curators for XPLORE: New Media Art Incubation program to be held in June 2022. Following last year’s successful participation and performances, this year’s program continues to examine the challenges of the curatorial practices associated with new media art. During the program the participants will collectively learn and discuss new…

Exhibition OpeningSaturday, September 11, 2021 Mediascape: Materials, Senses and Beyond is a new media art exhibition that focuses on the multisensory and interactivity of human beings through different approaches to scapes modes: tactile, taste, digital, sound, scent, and memory. Featuring 6 media artists from Indonesia, Korea, and England and invites the audience to interact and…

Media art week is an art activity initiated by the directorate of arts, directorate general of culture, ministry of education and culture of the republic of indonesia. These art activities include the media art week exhibition (which features artists working with technology and media in their art practices); media art seminar; media art workshop; media…

In response to the emerging field of new media art scene in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, ARCOLABS and HONF FOUNDATION launched XPLORE: New Media Art Incubation, a program designed to support today’s generation of artists by equipping them with the skills and networks needed to contribute solutions to current and future challenges. Three artists presenting…

The 5th KOREA-INDONESIA Media Installation Art Nomadic Traveler 7 ~ 17 September, 2017 @ Edwin’s Gallery F.X. Harsono Julia Sarisetiati Lee Hansu Lee Sanghyun Lee Wan Moon Hyungmin Venzha Christ Zico Albaiquini Curated by Jeong-ok Jeon and Evelyn Huang OPENING AND PUBLIC PROGRAM Exhibition                            : 7 – 17 September.  2017 Opening event                  : Thursday, Sep….

“Goodness Culture: Life Ideologies from Batik” is a collaboration between SERRUM and ARCOLABS, introducing batik as a prominent Indonesian cultural heritage to Korean audience. Known as the soul of Indonesia, batik has been designated as a Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity in UNESCO. The word “batik” is a combination of ‘ba’, which means…