A visual interactive exhibition .
by Liyana Popo, Dhis and Gamaliel
curated by Irene Agrivina .
The exhibition is designed to bring authoritative information in aesthetic way of clinicopathologic significance to human disease from the laboratory and clinical physician.
It presents information drawn and mapping from morphologic and clinical laboratory studies with direct relevance to the understanding of human diseases and the death of human body
Sebuah pameran tentang peta patologi manusia yang dipresentasikan lewat karya estetis. Manusia menderita berbagai macam penyakit akibat pola makan yang tidak baik. Pameran ini menunjukkan bahwa kita semua ini akan segera menjadi calon mayat karena ketidakacuhan kita akan penting nya pola makan yg lebih baik.
ISSS (Indonesia Space Science Society) presented by Venzha Christ and v.u.f.o.c team, get a chance to exhibit along with NASA “A Human Adventure” Exhibition in Art Science Museum, Marina Bay Sand, Singapore.
Working with artists, scientists, astronomers and engineers in Indonesia, Venzha established Indonesia Space Science Society as a framework for the exploration of space from a different perspective. Whilst lacking the means that large space agencies such as NASA have, the Indonesia Space Science Society provides us with a compelling encounter with space nonetheless.
The art installation at ArtScience Museum results from the science of radio astronomy. The installation presents radio waves from space, sent and collected through self-made radio antennas gathering precise data from astronomical objects in space. The transmitted signals received from the planets and stars are then visually displayed and decoded into audible sounds which constitute the soundscape present in this gallery. Radio waves, together with light waves, have changed the way we view the Universe and dramatically increased our knowledge of it.
The Indonesia Space Science Society shows us that that space is a continuous source of inspiration that compels practitioners from all fields to understand the universe we are within, using both tools and ideas of science, and those of art.
Venzha Christ’s (co-founder of v.u.f.o.c from HONF Foundation) fascination with the universe and space science has driven him to produce a variety of works and to initiate events including international SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) symposiums.
For KENPOKU ART 2016, Venzha researched “Utsuro-bune (hollow ship)”, a mysterious vessel, which drifted on the shore of lbaraki during the Edo period (1803). The folklore has been recorded that a foreign woman appeared from the vessel covered with indecipherable Letters, and moreover in the paleography, the boat was depicted in the form of a UFO. To identify Utsuro-Bune, the artist used archives as well as interviewed the Local residents who have witnessed UFOs. What Venzha created are three destinations of the imagination in the history of Utsuro-Bune.
This Mini Museum of Utsuro-Bune has been produced by deep conversations and collaborative research with many experts in space science, astrophysics, extra-terrestrial life, science fiction, history, and also practitioners from many institutions. This year he just Launched a new institution called: ISSS – Indonesia Space Science Society. He dedicates himself to research projects in the field of space exploration, extraterrestrial life and ancient technology through the particular platform of v.u.f.o.c.
Indonesia has important roles as one big world lung with its tropical plants and forests that contributes world largest O2. Therefore, Indonesian society as part of world society play important part to keep world nature heritage of life sustainability for the next generation. Plants need a photosynthesis process to produce O2 where hotosynthesis are very complex process and it need physical, chemical and biological process itself. Photosynthesis has equivalent of 6CO2 + 12 H2O + light energy —> C6H12O6 + 6O2 + 6H2O.
This work is a hypothesis of research that being done through scientific process. Science combined with other cross disciplines such as arts, technology and design which create an innovative art/work aimed to be useful for any disciplines.
The work of C6H12O6 + O2 uses photosynthesis process of bacterias and plants arround us. Photosynthesis process that happened on earth showed on culture medium and can be seen directly through bacterias’ phototroph that produce pigments. The photosynthesis are digitally generated to be converted as datas, sound and visualization that can be seen and heard. This art/work aimed to elevate people awareness on how important to keep the nature from any polutions.
The work presented by HONF Collective on DATA FOR LIFE 2016 ART TECH EXHIBITION “Visualizing the Invisible”
Curated by Jeong-ok Jeon, at SuarArtSpace, Pacific Place Mall 3rd Floor, Jakarta, Indonesia. August 31st – September 6th 2016
ISSS : Indonesian Space Science Society, a special project for ARTJOG 9 2016, Yogyakarta – Indonesia by Venzha Christ (v.u.f.o.c – HONF Foundation) a collaboration project with Myung Hyun RHEE (SETI Korea Society Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence)
Opening : May 27th 2016 Jogja National Museum Yogyakarta — part of SeMA Bienalle Mediacity Seoul 2016 commision work Evolution of The Unknown #02 collaboration project with CEOU -Center for Exploration of the Origin of the Universe, Opening : August 31st 2016 SeMA – Seoul.
Special acknowledgement to Yudianto Asmoro for technical assistant.
Good news coming from Berlin, at Transmediale 2011 HONF team made success on winning the Award for its project; Intelligent Bacteria Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (IB:SC). HONF team present its installation; The “bacteria orchestra”. Read more
in Zusammenarbeit mit ESC im LABOR
Freitag, 10.9.2010, 19.00 Uhr
Venzha Christ: presentation of HONF – The House of Natural Fiber
Yogyakarta new media art laboratory, Indonesia http://www.natural-fiber.com/
Marko Batista: Parallel Digital Structures
Experimental intermedia performance www.aksioma.org/parallel
Event produced by Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana www.aksioma.org
Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the
Municipality of Ljubljana http://www.aksioma.org/
From 2002 to 2009 KIBLA Multimedia centre was gradually transforming the international, technically oriented open code festival Kiblix into a domain of art and education, its 9th edition in 2010 stepping into an even wider cultural and social field. Oriented into education, KIBLIX Festival is intended for secondary school and university students as well as expert and business audiences interested in information technology, open code, open society and contemporary trans-new-media art. Read more