Recommended for participants age 15+
Jatiwangi art Factory (JaF) is an Indonesian artistic collective of over ﬁfty multimedia artists, musicians, and curators whose artistic practice emphasizes local rural life in relation to land and the terracotta industry in the Jatiwangi District of Indonesia.
JaF members Muhammad Pipin Kaspin and Tedi Nurmanto are also part of a terracotta ensemble called Lair. Join them to create flutes and percussion instruments out of clay before coming together to create beautiful music. Get ready for an afternoon of experimentation and collaboration.
We encourage participation from people who are actively engaged in local community building and musicians of all levels. Participants should be open to collaboration and experimentation. This workshop will serve as a social gathering space, prioritizing process over product.
This program will take place March 14-18, 2022 from 2–5pm daily.
Sound of Clay is a part of The Shape of Sound, a curatorial project organized by Sebastian De Line as a part of the 2022 Curatorial Fellowship program, made possible by the generous support of TD Bank Group through the TD Ready Commitment, and made in partnership with the Gardiner Museum.
Please visit the Gardiner Museum website to sign up.Sign up here
Jatiwangi art Factory (JaF) is an artistic collective of over fifty multimedia artists, musicians, designers, and curators who work out of a former clay-tile factory in Jatisura, Indonesia. JaF’s discourses and artistic practice emphasize local rural life in relation to land and the terracotta industry in Jatiwangi District. Clay, in the spirit of community empowerment, is central to all their artistic and cultural activities. JaF’s art praxes range from visual art to video, exhibition curation, radio broadcasting, educational programming, and music composed by the terracotta ensemble of Tedi Nurmanto, Andzar Agung Fauzan, Muhammad Pipin Kaspin, Kiki Permana, Ika Yuliana, and Tamyiz Ramadhan.