Wok The Rock

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    Indonesia in SongEun: MES 56 – Keren dan Beken

    MES 56 presents collective and member’s works in SongEun ArtSpace curated by Laksamana Tirtadji Continue reading

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    FULL HOUSE Sebuah Pameran Galang Dana | A Fund Raising Exhibition   Seniman | Artist Akiq AW, Agan Harahap, Angki Purbandono, Edwin ‘Dolly’ Roseno, Jimbo Allen Abel, J Bujangan Urban, Yaya Sung, Wimo Ambala Bayang, Wok The Rock, Yudha ‘Fehung’… Continue reading

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    Put Up a Signal

    Pembukaan pameran/ Exhibition opening: Jumat, 21 November 2014 / Friday, 21st November 2014 19.00 Rangkaian Acara / Side Events : Presentasi Greatest Hits / Presentation by Greatest Hits Ace House Jalan Mangkuyudan 41, Yogyakarta Rabu, 19 November 2014 / Wednesday, November… Continue reading

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    The City Oneminutes

    Video Screening and Workshop Presentation From the 6th to 20th of March 2009 The One Minutes, in collaboration with Ruang MES 56 and Video Battle held The City Oneminutes video workshop about the city of Yogyakarta in exactly 1 minute duration, facilitated by Olivia Glebbeek and Evelien… Continue reading

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    Here Come The Lomoheads

    Guest Star: Efek Rumah Kaca feat. Airport Radio Exhibition: May 26 – June 9, 2008 What the hell is Lomoheads? Lomoheads is a group of artists who usually use video and/or professional photography equipment/media, both in digital and analog mode, to… Continue reading

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    Beauty Contest

    Ruang MES 56’s photography project for Creative Exchange program with Insomnium, Malang. What is such a thing which mostly could describe the human anxiety toward death and imperfectness? Of course the Beauty Contest. In this kind of contest, people would… Continue reading

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    For Me And You

    Photography Exhibition Wok The Rock  August 10 – 16, 2003 33 photos that told about the romantic story of The Virgin Mary and Shogun Geta shown in very simple still-life photography style.