-2m: Suara-Suara dari (Bawah) Laut

Ziarah Utara is taking part on an exhibition consists of a number of artists and communities to respond to the current situation and cultural history of Jakarta’s coast, through 6 weeks long exhibition of video, installation, sound and photography works, and public program of workshops, lectures and performances. The exhibition is located at the Jakarta History Museum, a popular site most commonly visited by school groups, families and tourists, which generally focuses on Jakarta’s pre independence history. With this temporary exhibition we hope to provide a different perspective, a living history of Jakarta that is still very much in the making.

Opening date: Tuesday, 7th of May 2019

Special performances: “Menyisir Aku Meriang”, Teater Tagar Jagat | 16.00 – 18.00

Exhibition period: 7th of May ~ 16th of June 2019 | 08.00 – 15.00

Museum ticket: Rp.5,000 (includes entry to the exhibition)

Public Program

May 4, 2019 | 15.00-17.00: Workshop “The Future of Jakarta from the eyes of Children” by Rujak RCUS, Kelompok Jurnalis Cilik

May 12, 19, 26, 2019 | 14.00 ~ : Solo Performance by Budi Ceeguk (Teater Tagar Jagat)

May 16, 2019 | 16.00-18.00: Talk “Urban Legend in North Jakarta” by Seno Gumira Ajidarma. Registration required here

May 24, 2019 | 16.00-18.00: Public Discussion “Middle-age Artistic Crisis” by Irwan Ahmett, Enrico Halim, Ugeng T. Moetidjo, Yovista Ahtajida. Registration required here

May 25, 2019 | 16.00-18.00: Photography Workshop: Responding by Visual Your Surrounding by Budi ID. Registration required here

June 14, 2019 | 16.00-18.00: Talk “Hikayat Nakhoda Asyik dan Si Pitung yang ke Laut (The saga of a charismatic captain and Pitung goes to the sea)” by J.J. Rizal

June 16, 2019 | 16.00-18.00: Closing event: Performative Lecture “35 years under 33 meters” by Irwan Ahmett, Tita Salina, Hannah Ekin, Jorgen Doyle. Registration required

All programs are conducted in Bahasa Indonesia. Free entry, required online reservation. Further information for reservation and contact: info@rujak.org