As part of the three-year Global Collaborations research project, this summer the Stedelijk Museum presents the first European solo exhibition by the Indonesian artist collective, Tromarama. The collective, which includes Febie Babyrose, Herbert Hans and Ruddy Hatumena, experiments with digital image-making techniques and animation. On July 15th, Tromarama hacked the Stedelijk Museum’s Instagram channel for a 24-hour period and made it their own. Blikopener Marcus van Esveld followed the activities of Tromarara from the weeks before the opening of their exhibition up to the online hack.
Tag: Digital Art
This Friday, June 12, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam will open the first European solo exhibition of the Indonesian artist collective, Tromarama. The collective, formed by Febie Babyrose, Herbert Hans and Ruddy Hatumena, experiments with digital image technologies and animation. The exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum will show a selection of recent animations as well as new ones. On the occasion of the exhibition, the Indonesian art historian, writer and curator, Agung Hujatnikajennong, interviewed Tromarama in their hometown, Bandung.
Tromarama’s exhibition is part of the three – year project Global Collaborations. The full version of the interview can be found in the publication accompanying the exhibition.