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Thirteen Artists That Redefine the Beauty in Savyavasa

Art presents a gaze into a world of inspiration. Thirteen acclaimed artists were chosen for their individual approaches to provide Savyavasa with a striking display of artwork that delights and inspires.

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BAGUS PANDEGA
(Indonesia)

Based in Bandung, Bagus Pandega’s work is highly innovative as he experiments with movement, sound and light through the use of electronics. Record players, old radio transistors, lamps, LED’s and various objects are commonly seen in Bagus’ artwork, creating interactions and optical feasts that adapt to each environment.

CHONG SIEW YING
(Malaysia)

Based in Bandung, Bagus Pandega’s work is highly innovative as he experiments with movement, sound and light through the use of electronics. Record players, old radio transistors, lamps, LED’s and various objects are commonly seen in Bagus’ artwork, creating interactions and optical feasts that adapt to each environment.

CLAUDIA DIAN
(Indonesia)

Claudia Dian is a young artist who experiments with the craft of painting and photography. A graphic art graduate from Institut Teknologi Bandung, her work is highly representable as her artistic thought processes the human interconnection with ecosystem.

hengki koentjoro
(Indonesia)

Javanese artist Hengki Koentjoro is an accomplished photographer specialising in capturing the spectral domain that lies amidst the shades of black and white. Exploring along the borderlines of light and shadow, his work celebrates complexity in the minimalist form and delves the spiritual in the physical.

INES KATAMSO
(Indonesia)

Indonesian - French artist Ines Katamso takes pride in her duality of identity through her artworks. She frequently uses organic shapes and colours that are translated into paintings and murals. Her art is a natural process of self-criticism and discovery.

ira carella
(Indonesia)

As an art director and illustrator of branding studio Thinking*Room, Ira Carella’s artwork is prominently adapted from illustrative technicalities. Outside of branding, her work consists of cut-out comical characters translated through watercolour, paper and mixed media.

lie nay tjien
(Indonesia)

Javanese born artist Lie Nay Tjien was highly influenced by his mother’s creative process of jewellery making exposed at an early age. His art practice is highly involved with maintaining emotion and feeling within each piece through the application of the latest industrial materials and natural exotics.

marisa r. ng
(Malaysia)

Malaysian artist Marisa Ng derives most of her work from the attachment she feels towards her late grandmother. The intense colours and brush strokes shown in her abstract paintings are aligned with the passionate emotional attachment of her own artistic journey to free herself from the confines of figurative art and express herself as an artist.

mujahidin nurrahman
(Indonesia)

Based in Bandung, Mujahidin Nurrahman is one of the prominent Indonesian artists who explores the world of perceptions through the layers of arabesque motifs. His work challenges pre-conceived perceptions that exist on a multitude of social, political and spiritual beliefs and practices.

rega ayundya putri
(Indonesia)

Rega Ayundya Putri’s work amasses highly intricate details created through solemn ballpoint strokes to expose an intimate, quiet conversation between her and her subconscious.

sanchia hamidjaja
(Indonesia)

Sanchia Hamidjaja is a visual artist and illustrator. With 7 years of experience in the advertising industry, her work illustrates comical elements which portray a more playful and brighter side of art. Mostly consisting of monochromatic illustrations, she narrates stories in a vulnerable and honest manner.

sinta tantra
(Indonesia)

An artist of Balinese descent, now resident in the UK, Sinta Tantra is strongly influenced by her Balinese heritage and traditions. Her art is a celebration of light and colour drawn from the language of abstract geometry. She is especially interested in how art functions outside the gallery - its place and placement in the everyday. While she works primarily as a painter, Tantra’s practice extends to public art, sculpture and the creation of immersive environments across the World.

tito rikardo
(Indonesia)

Jakarta-based artist Tito Rikardo captures human interest and street photography through his travels. He believes that both of these genres record the spontaneity of human habits in everyday life. Each one of his works displays a beautiful yet honest encounter, every scene narrates a magnificent yet intimate story of our world.