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Comment by Sadat Laope on March 10, 2012 at 1:17

Wed Action – Wednesday Action was action art monthly program organized by Performance Klub and Kedai Kebun in 2003 – 2004, as early program of the organization, to explore the knowledge, creativity, and art practice by performer, also to di...scourse the action art in ( and out) side art community. Various theme each month, participants from Jogjakarta, other cities, and overseas. Wed Action program inactived , since Performance Klub focused on international festival, after 8 years now, Wed Action to perform again.
Wed Action #10 in year 2012, to invite alumnus or early Wed Action’s artists and new performers in this program to respons 2 politicals issues : corruption and money politics. Hope the program to be one of the way to open the complete freedom doors of all fields.

Participants :
1. Yustoni Volunteero
2. Group Bocor Alus *
3. Group Semoga Lekas Sembuh *
4. Iwan Wijono
5. Fj. Kunting
6. Anton Subiyanto
7. Punkaz
8. Arahmaiani *
9. Theresia Agustina Sitompul *
10. Ronald Apriyan
11. Lugas Syllabus
12. Digie Sigit
13. Sindu Cutter
14. Buyung Mentari
15. Anang Nasichudin

• under confirmation
Coordinator : Sadat Lapoe – +62 815 1418 4113 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +62 815 1418 4113 end_of_the_skype_highlighting / sadataco@yahoo.com
Director : Iwan Wijono – +62 819 0371 7175 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +62 819 0371 7175 end_of_the_skype_highlighting / performanceklub@gmail.com

Comment by ARTStap International on March 5, 2012 at 21:33

Hello All

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Comment by Critical Realist on January 22, 2012 at 18:24

Thats the way it goes sometimes... may just leave the explanaton for the blog in future.

Comment by mike hinc on January 22, 2012 at 16:17

Good painting. I kinda liked it more before you told me what it all meant.

Comment by Critical Realist on January 22, 2012 at 15:37

New Dogmatic



This painting is looking to Christianity, Catholicism and the Church of England - all religions that have spread from the words of Jesus.
The intent of this work is to question dogmatic notions of religion focusing on parents who force their children to follow their own religion. I’m curious to thoughts if this practice was made illegal, would the religions of the land dissolve away after a few generations? After all Professor Dawkins has proved once a child is indoctrinated in a rigorous religious upbringing it is difficult for the child to critically think beyond their original initial dogmatic education; a form of brainwashing? The Crow represents the dark side to this painting as the manipulation of power over others.
I did not want to appear Christian bashing, I believe there are many positive aspects of the religion, and the unquestioned life after all is a life in ignorance. I think to the Bible and there are many positive ideas and notions presented. I have represented these as the leaf cutting ants climbing up the scaffold crucifix towards the child.
I have also added ants carrying an Apple Mac, I wanted to show how consumerism, especially Apple have their products presented in their shops as items worthy of worship. Look at the altarpiece display tables, the lighting and how they help create frenzy when opening there stores. I also like the connotations of the Apple and the Garden of Eden associations to this piece; perhaps technology is the new Garden of Eden, but this also presents us with problematic dilemmas… shall we indulge completely in the apple? Or shall we just eat it when were in need of one of our five a day? Questions into the overuse of technology over spiritual pursuits and addictions into this new fast expanding technology.


Comment by ARTStap International on January 17, 2012 at 20:52

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studentsZINE is one of Irelands very few publications for Contemporary Art and currently we need your help to expand our network to help secure funding to keep us going and to keep us being able to curate exhibitions for you and issue you awards and feature etc.

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Comment by Critical Realist on January 13, 2012 at 16:02

hmmmm... ok, it's still there this time. Lets see if it stays. Maybe I got it wrong. If so... I'm comming back with nudyvengance!

Comment by Critical Realist on January 13, 2012 at 16:00


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