Art historian, curator, and art organizer, founder of the Indonesian Visual Art Archive (IVAA) in Yogyakarta (2006-2015), and archivist at the National Gallery of Singapore (2015-2019).
Sculptor, lecturer at the Jakarta Art Institute, and Indonesian human rights activist.
Curator, writer, and art worker, with projects including the Yogyakarta Biennale Symposium and “Sunshower: Contemporary Arts in Southeast Asia 1980s to Now” (2018-2019).
Curator, archivist, and researcher, among others for “Mutual Unknown” (2017), an exhibition of the Presidential Palace of the Republic of Indonesia’s collection; “Senandung Ibu Pertiwi” (2018); and the revitalization of permanent collection space and creation of a “New Narrative Line” at the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics Jakarta (2019).
Curator at the National Gallery of Singapore, with experience at ParaSite, Singapore Art Museum, De Appel, “Afterwork” exhibitions (2016), and “Why Stay If You Can Go?” (Stedelijk Museum, 2011).