(born in Jakarta 1986), has created You In Me (2017) using jute dresses [in her attempt] to understand the “relationship between two people”. Each dress has a sleeve cut off. These ‘imperfect’ clothes are put next to one another to give a sense of “unity” between them. Dita Gambiro’s works highlight the different values attached to the feminine body that tend to brush against ironies. She puts western-eastern symbols side-by-side as she explores her subject matter or materials.