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Too Poor for Pop Culture, Too Hungry for Contemporary

eposter pameran farid KKF 2016_2

Kedai Kebun Forum

Farid Stevy:
TOO POOR FOR POP CULTURE
TOO HUNGRY FOR CONTEMPORARY

First became acquainted with the art is not in an art gallery space, but through a handshake with the client on the table negotiator for projects of graphic design and visual communications, making me accustomed to negotiate with this and that and this in such work. Design work practices must always be to the point achieved named solution to the problems that must be solved at each of the project. Form follow function, it is always like that, there is no leeway in the slightest in the region. Profession as a graphic designer and visual communication that I lakoni is then very consciously shaping behavior my default mode in art. Working in such (in the design) is the way I take to earn money to survive. Pay bills, buy necessities, and sometimes also to make desires.

Because sometimes beautiful life more wonderful baseball, upset unhappy and restless accountability remains always to be given a place to express itself, I use music and performing with my band, and also practice in such work outside the design for it. Without the necessity to solve the problem, and all the freedom of expression that is almost limitless, and play music in such work could be a playground escape from routine, to be rostrum hidmat for dissimulation expressed the attitude and anxiety urgent.

In the fifth solo exhibition, I want to talk about my personal perspective on contemporary art and popular culture of the position I stand daily. Creating works of art and the exhibition is a hobby, like making songs and performing with the band. Activities that I did for fun, exchange it with the time, energy and many other things that not a few, which are usually devoted to work and family. So for me, exhibitions and performances with the band is a luxury. Because this is a luxury, I would never waste it just like that, I would pour myself setumpah-spill, and enjoyed it very intensely.

Too poor to popular culture, too hungry for contemporary art.

Farid Stevy:
TOO POOR FOR POP CULTURE
TOO HUNGRY FOR CONTEMPORARY

Friday, May 20, 2016, 19:00
in showroom KKF
opened by Ari Wulu and YUSTINA Neni

The exhibition runs s.d June 3, 2016,
open to the public and free of charge
every day at 11:00 to 21:00 (KKF is closed every Tuesday)

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