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The focus of this publication and accompanying exhibition is Indonesia ; a country for which the term "imagined community" was invented. The archipelago is of such scale and diversity that it is surpasses any generalisation. The texts and artistic projects here capture the entanglements between those differences as well as with wider European and Asian histories, while always looking to how the past is shaped by the present. The texts include Walter Mignolo's critical essay on decoloniality and two histories of Indonesian art by Bambang Bujono and Aminudin TH Siregar in relation to colonial and post-colonial conditions. The book serves as an important introduction to modern and contemporary art in and about Indonesia, and its implications beyond the region.
|DATE DE PUBLICATION||2017-Oct-26|
|TAILLE DU FICHIER||10,90 MB|
|NOM DE FICHIER||Power & Other Things - Indonesia & Art 1835-now.pdf|
'Indonesia' is a singular term that names a particular nation, but there's nothing uniform about its culture. There are at least 300 ethnic groups in Indonesia, each with their own set of customs and distinctive cultural objects. That doesn't mean there aren't any similarities or tendencies between one culture to the other, but when reading this phrase keep in mind the