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Artwork

a collection of pieces by SPH art students

Anggrek by Livia

Print on paper
22 x 14.5 cm

2014

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Best Friends by Elaine Natalie

Print on paper 

29 x 29 cm

2014

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Broken and Chained by Kezia Leonard

Digital Print on paper
44.5 x 22.9 cm

2019

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Chronophobia by Jess Lie

Digital print on paper
60 x 84 mm
2019

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noun.
1.The fear of time or of the passage of time 
I theorize that people are afraid of- or at least are wary of- the passage of time because with time comes age, and ultimately, death. They fear because they forget that with time comes not only ruin, but also healing and recovery. Time allows new life to grow just as it takes it away.

An exploration of time as a harbinger of life and death, and growth and decay, and its importance.

Dinosaur by Unknown

Print on paper
15 x 22.5 cm

2014

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Going Bananas by Josephine Felicia Kurniawan

Digital print on paper 
80 x 80 cm

2019

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Artist Statement: This art piece is inspired by the artwork Where is Waldo. I want to convey the emotion of going crazy by searching the image which is different than the other images. This artwork has some humor to it since many people around the world uses the expression or say they are going crazy by saying the word nuts or bananas in it. Those two foods are described as an expression of going crazy to many people around the world.

Going Nuts by Josephine Felicia Kurniawan

Digital print on paper 
80 x 80 cm

2019

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Artist Statement: This art piece is inspired by the artwork Where is Waldo. I want to convey the emotion of going crazy by searching the image which is different than the other images. This artwork has some humor to it since many people around the world uses the expression or say they are going crazy by saying the word nuts or bananas in it. Those two foods are described as an expression of going crazy to many people around the world.

The Illusion of Time by Matthew Anthony Susanto

Digital print on paper 
40 x 84 cm

2019

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The Illusion of Time talks about how time passes by quickly, though people tend to ignore this fact. The intended viewer of this piece are teenagers who, from personal experience, tend to live a life that does not concern the future. Sometimes these teens waste their time thinking that they will live forever. I want to remind teens how fast time travels and how little time they have in this world.

Introspection 1 by Thelma Santoso

Digital print and collage on paper
46 x 33,5 cm (3 pieces) ; 27,5 x 33,5 cm (1 piece) ; 31,5 x 33,5 cm (1 piece)

2019

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These ten images (Introspection 1 and Introspection 2) represent my past and my present. Five images are of my past; things I regret and feelings I’ve kept away. These images are meant to be viewed as fragments of memories, hence the third-person POV. The other five images represent the present, or the positive outcome I hope to achieve if I ever slip back into the past. The present includes activities I enjoy doing such as listening to music, being around my friends, and drawing.

Introspection 2 by Thelma Santoso

Digital print and collage on paper
46 x 33,5 cm (4 pieces) ; 33,5 x 33,5 cm (1 piece)

2019

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These ten images (Introspection 1 and Introspection 2) represent my past and my present. Five images are of my past; things I regret and feelings I’ve kept away. These images are meant to be viewed as fragments of memories, hence the third-person POV. The other five images represent the present, or the positive outcome I hope to achieve if I ever slip back into the past. The present includes activities I enjoy doing such as listening to music, being around my friends, and drawing.

Mona Lisa by Hyojoo Kim

Print on paper
29.5 x 21.5 cm
2014

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OverWHALEMED by Thea Phalosa

Print on paper
31 x 24.5 cm

2018

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Peacocks by Unknown

Print on paper

44.5 x 29 cm

2014

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A Piece of Prejudice by Kezia Leonardo

Ink on paper

28.5 x 21 cm

2019

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This artwork is about racism in Indonesia, especially against the Chinese. This artwork is trying to communicate that even if we are different in race and heritage, we are still the same because we are all human. We are all pieces that fit together into one puzzle.

Real Eggmotion by Josephine Felicia Kurniawan

Digital print on paper 

29 x 29 cm

2019

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I was actually inspired by an artwork that my friend saw at an exhibition. The eggs represent us as human beings since eggs actually have a similar or common thing as humans. We are all fragile just like an egg. When an egg is hit or falls, they break easily. Humans are also like that, we feel broken and sad when there is a great fall happening in our lives. As humans, we don’t always show our real emotions, but when we get hurt by others or we feel sad, we then show our real emotions.

 

Stuck in a Crowd by Jannice Lingga

Ink on paper

26 x 26 cm

2019

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In this artwork I decided to show the relationship between ethnic Chinese Indonesians and Native Indonesians. I chose to show this community to represent the social issue of prejudice and racism. This piece is based on a personal experience I have had in the past as I am ethnically Chinese but Indonesian. I have been in this country my whole life but I have always felt so different and so stuck; I’ve never felt like I have blended in. I used the red color for the “Chinese” girl in the middle to emphasize the difference between her and the other subjects. The subjects surrounding her are in black, emphasizing how they make her feel almost trapped. I picked this color scheme on purpose to show the difference between the two groups of people.

Unraveling by Grace Nadia Chandra

Print on canvas
53 x 32
2019

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I had always been interested in severed limbs, and this particular printmaking piece shows the disconnect I feel within myself and with God. I am usually a spiritual person, yet in that difficult time it felt like no one was listening and no one could help. My prayers went nowhere and truth be told, they were not coming from my heart either. I was slowly unravelling and hanging by a thread, the red yarn that held my hands together. 

Untitled [black puppy] by Unknown

Print on paper
15 x 22.5 cm

2014

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Untitled [child being hugged] by Sofie Franslay

Print on paper
24 x 35.5 cm

2018

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Untitled [purple flower] by Unknown

Print on paper

22.5 x 14.5 cm

2015

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Untitled [red dragon] by Tiffany Sada

Print on paper
19 x 18.5 cm

2018

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Untitled [yellow swirls] by Unknown


Print on paper

22 x 29.5 cm

2015

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Wake Up and Dream by Vivian

Print on paper
22 x 29.5 cm

2014

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What Counts as Beauty? by Matthew Susanto

Digital print on paper
84 x 60 cm

2019

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The question, “What Counts as Beauty?”, is not frequently asked by people. The idea of beauty for guys nowadays is probably a fit body with no facial imperfections. However, I would say that beauty can be found in various ways such as culture or the way people dress. This artwork is focused on how beauty can be found even in tribal areas in Indonesia. To be more specific, the Dani tribe in Indonesia dress in a way that, to me, shows beauty where most people do not find to be appealing.

The World of Consumerism by Matthew Anthony Susanto

Digital print on paper 
59.5 x 42 cm

2019

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The World of Consumerism is a piece that comments on how consumerism destroys the environment without even realizing it. The idea of this piece is focused towards the rich as they are the ones who affect the demand of consumer products. The artworks focus on takeaway food and electronics which are the two most common goods purchased by people. However, these two products are not necessarily known to be harmful to the environment. This artwork serves to open the viewers eye to the harmful effects of the things we buy.

You’ve Got Mail! by Thelma Santoso

Digital print on paper
42 x 52 cm (each piece)

2019

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Born out of my eagerness to spread love and hope to others, this project is inspired by inspirational artworks/messages that you might come across online. The twist to it is that these are in the form of a post-card, emphasizing the feeling of nostalgia. I created this in hope that others will be more supportive of one another and encourage each other through hard times.

Faces by Unknown

Print on paper

117 x 82.5 cm

2014

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