Jakarta

contested modernities<br>exhibition<br>photo documentation

contested modernities
exhibition
photo documentation

From 10 September to 24 October 2021, contributions from Jakarta, Phnom Penh, Singapore, Yangon, and Germany where shown at the Haus der Statistik in Berlin.
contested modernities<br>exhibition opening<br>10 september 2021

contested modernities
exhibition opening
10 september 2021

After we had to postpone the exhibition several times, we were finally able to invite to the opening. It was a wonderful evening!
gelora bung karno – from a heritage sports complex to a modern public park

gelora bung karno – from a heritage sports complex to a modern public park

With this video for Contested Modernities, d-associates reflect on the process of the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex renovation.
occupying modernism: discussion on product design, jakarta, 15 november 2019

occupying modernism: discussion on product design, jakarta, 15 november 2019

On the final day of the exhibition Setiadi Sopandi, Avianti Armand, and Alvin Tjitrowirjo, critically Discussion on modern product design in Indonesia.
occupying modernism: movie screening, jakarta, 10 november 2019

occupying modernism: movie screening, jakarta, 10 november 2019

With the screening of the famous movie Tiga Dara (Three Maidens) from 1957, a breath of romance was brought to the Occupying Modernism exhibition
occupying modernism: spontaneous design challenge, jakarta, 9 november 2019

occupying modernism: spontaneous design challenge, jakarta, 9 november 2019

The Occupying Modernism team challenged the participants’ creativity in creating solution-based designs within a limited time.
occupying modernism: chapsa competition, jakarta, 6 november 2019

occupying modernism: chapsa competition, jakarta, 6 november 2019

The Chapsa card game was brought to the SEAM Space Jakarta, in order to escape the trap of modernity.
occupying modernism: architectural tour, jakarta, 26 october 2019

occupying modernism: architectural tour, jakarta, 26 october 2019

The guided walking tour “Our Modern Spaces as Political Communication” explored lighthouse projects of postcolonial modernism in Jakarta.