Aryo Danusiri


Aryo Danusiri is a video artist and anthropologist. His works have been exploring the mobilities of keywords, violence, and memory in reconfiguring the political and social landscape of post-authoritarian Indonesian in 1998. Those works have been exhibited both in theater and gallery settings including (selected) Yamagata New Asia Current HKW Berlin; Camera Austria; Ethnographic Terminalia, Toronto; Mead Festival NYC and the 2014 Whitney Biennial. At present, he is completing his Ph.D. in the Social Anthropology program and Sensory Ethnography Lab (SEL) at Harvard University.


The Drowned World at Cinesphere

Guest curated by Charles Stankievech. During the Biennial, the Cinesphere becomes a world within a world, merging film and sound art with scent and changing atmospheric conditions. From cosmological origin stories, to a future in which civilization is extinct, The Drowned World contrasts deep time with the decline of global ecologies. The project’s title refers to J.G. […]


Ontario Place
MVS Proseminar, University of Toronto—John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design