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LOOK // AFTER : Pameran Tunggal Deden Hendan Durahman
Jun, 16th - 28th
Bandung, Jl. Rancakendal Luhur No. 7. Dago Atas
Melalui proyek fotografi Look // After , Durahman setidaknya ingin menyampaikan fenomena ini. Ia menawarkan suatu kepada kita untuk merefleksi makna kebenaran dalam bayang - bayang kebohongan di era “pasca kebenaran”. Seperti yang ia kemukakan untuk proyek ini, “ budaya visual dalam ruang siber harus dikritik karena itu mengasingkan kita dari kebenaran - meski ia hanyalah konstruksi." (Penulis Aminudin T.H. Siregar, Leiden 2019)
Press Release
 Pameran Tunggal Deden Hendan Durahman
 
LOOK // AFTER
 
16 - 28 Juni 2019  
 
 
Diskusi :
Jumat, 21 Juni , Jam : 16.00 WIB
Bersama Henrycus Napitsunargo

Tentang pameran:
 
Look // After Deden Hendan Durahman  Melalui karya-karya fotografinya, sudah lama Deden HendanDurahman tertarik menciptakan “ruang artifisial” yang tidak hanya memaksa batas realita dan ilusi kedalamkesamaran, tetapi juga memiuhkan (distorsi) - bahkanmembuat pemirsa berpikir lebih lama untuk menyadari, karena subyek bahasannya tidak tampak secara eksplisit. Dengan strategi visual yang khas, Durahman secaraperlahan mengundang pemirsa memasuki “ruang dimanakebohongan bisa diatur” sambil mempertanyakan :apakah realita merupakan suatu produk delusiperseorangan?   Lingkup karya fotografinya adalahgejolak sosial-politik dan budaya yang sedang melandaIndonesia saat ini. Dinamika ini tentunya juga berlakusecara global. Dalam hal ini, memproduksi kebohonganmelalui berbagai citraan, sedang dihadapi bangsaIndonesia ibarat kanker yang akut. Dalam budaya visual sekarang, orang-orang tidak bisa lagi menyaring manarealita yang diciptakan melalui kebohongan dan manayang tidak.
 
Melalui proyek fotografi Look // After , Durahmansetidaknya ingin menyampaikan fenomena ini. Iamenawarkan suatu kepada kita untuk merefleksi maknakebenaran dalam bayang - bayang kebohongan di era “pasca kebenaran”. Seperti yang ia kemukakan untukproyek ini, “ budaya visual dalam ruang siber harusdikritik karena itu mengasingkan kita dari kebenaran - meski ia hanyalah konstruksi."   (Penulis Aminudin T.H. Siregar, Leiden 2019)     
 
 
For a long time, through his photographic work, DedenHendan Durahman took an interest in the creation of "artificial space" which not only pushed the boundary between reality and illusion into a blur, but also distorted - even though it took a long time for viewers to realize it because subject-matter has not appeared explicitly. With such a typical visual strategy, Durahman slowly invites viewers to enter "space where lies can be justified" while questioning: is reality a delusive individual product?   The context of his photographic work is the socio-political and cultural turmoil that is currently engulfing Indonesia. This dynamic is, of course, valid globally. However, in terms of producing lies through images, Indonesia is currently facing it like acute cancer. In the current visual culture of Indonesia, people can no longer filter out which reality is created through lies and what is not. 
 
Through this Look \\ After photography project, Durahman offers at least this phenomenon. This project offers a reflection on the meaning of truth in the shadows of lies in today's "post-truth" era. As he stated for this project, "visual culture in cyberspace must be criticized because it further alienates us from the truth - only construction."   (written by Aminudin T.H Siregar , Leiden 2019)
 
Deden Hendan Durahman, born in Majalaya – Indonesia,  December 6th 1974. Education: 1993 -1997, Bachelor in Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, Bandung Institute of Technology Bandung. 2002 – 2005: Diplom in Fine Art, Hochschule für Bildende Künste BraunschweigBraunschweig – Germany. 2005 – 2006 : Meisterschüler in Fine Art, Hochschule für BildendeKünste Braunschweig Braunschweig – Germany.Occupation: 1997-Now Lecturer at Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung. 2007-Now Associates Lecturer at Faculty of Art and Design, Design Komunikasi Visual UKM Maranatha, Bandung. Awards/Grants: 1st Prize, Illustration & Cartoon Festival 1992, Bandung . Silver Prize, Polaroid Transfer Photography Competition, 2004, Hanover Germany. Juror Candidate Award, Tama Tokyo Print Triennial,2005. Tama Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo-Japan, DAAD Scholarship, Fine Art – Prints, Photography & Media, HBK Braunschweig – Germany, Artist Residency the City of Braunschweig & Muenster – DAAD Germany, STUNED NESSO, Amsterdamm, Den Hague – Netherlands, AAF Residency, Melbourne University – Australia.


Solo Exhibitions:
2019
- Look // After, Orbital Dago, Bandung, Indonesia
- Look // After, (Showcase) Residency, Presentation & Showcase, HBK-Braunschweig & Letter Presse, Germany.
2014
- Virtuoscapes, Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne – Australia 
- Amorphous Amours, Richard Koh Fine Art, Hellutrans– Singapore
2012
- Reconstructio II, Exhibition & Workshop, Lette – Germany.
1999
- Separasi Hitam Putih, Galeri Rumah The, Dago Tee Huis, Bandung, Indonesia
 
Group Exhibitions (Selection):
2018
- 70th Seni Rupa Indonesia, Aula Barat, Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung – Indonesia
- Pameran Poster Riset SDM DIKTI, Soemardja Gallery, Bandung - Indonesia
- Resamblance of the Real, Art1 New Museum, Jakarta - South Indonesia
- Tapak Jejak Langkah Jelajah, Soemardja Gallery, Bandung - Indonesia
- ART-UNLTD, Gedung Gas Negara, Bandung - Indonesia
2017
- AUPE Photography Exhibition, Eoullim - Nuri Gallery - South Korea
- Je Moet Ons Geloven, Seni Bandung #01, Roppih Art Space, Bandung, Indonesia
- I am too Untranslatable, Ruci Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
- Photo Speaks, The 9th International Festival for Photography & Video, Cheonan, Republic of Korea
- Identity Crisis, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, New York State, U.S.A
- IDENTITY CRISIS Reflections on Public and Private Life in Contemporary Javanese Photography, Book Publishing,
Afterhour Book & Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, New York State, U.S.A
- CMPF 2017, Young Eyes, Curator, Chiang Mai, Thailand
2016
- Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey, Book Publishing NUS, Singapore
2015
- Bandung Re-Visited, Bandung Photo Showcase 2015, Bandung – Indonesia
- Chiang Mai Photo Festival 2015, Chiang Mai – Thailand
2014
- Virtuoscapes, Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne – Australia
- Amorphous Amours, Richard Koh Fine Art, Hellutrans– Singapore
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