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ISSUE 46 : The Piracy, the Radiowave, the Bubble
A Vagabond Cosmopolitan’s Note on Violence: Irwan & Tita’s “Fire Rim” Project
流浪漢世界主義者的暴力觀察筆記:伊旺及蒂塔的《火之環》計劃
September 22nd, 2020Type: Interview
Author: 張紋瑄, Irwan Ahmett, Tita Salina Editor: Rikey Tenn
Note: "Name laundering" as part of their ongoing 10 year series of artistic and social interventions reflecting on the geopolitical issues in the Pacific Rim, Irwan and Tita reexamine the relations between Indonesia and Singapore in the Straits of Malacca, one of the most important waterways in Southeast Asia. Responding to state and border controls created from colonialism, nationalism and capitalism, they propose eight ways to penetrate the borders of Singapore – inspired by historical acts of seafaring, smuggling, subversion and ‘sumpah’ (oath/ promise).
Irwan & Tita, "Name Laundering", YCAM (2019); image courtesy of artist
Irwan & Tita, "Kancil Menyeberang Jalan"; photo courtesy of artist(s)
Archaeological site - Ciamis Regency (2020); photo courtesy of artist(s)
Indonesia sea border, fieldwork trip (2019); photo courtesy of artist(s)
"Ziarah Utara (Pilgrimage to the North), fieldwork trip (2019); photo courtesy of artist(s)
Irwan & Tita, "Name Laundering" (2019); photo courtesy of artist(s)
Irwan & Tita, "Name Laundering" (2019); photo courtesy of artist(s)
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