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The Earth Manual Project: Creativity for Disaster Issues

The Earth Manual Project: Creativity for Disaster Issues

(Bahasa text below) The Earth Manual Project held for the first time in Kobe, Japan in 2013. It is a contemporary exhibition about how creativity can play an important role in wrapping disaster issues at different stages. Besides in Japan, this exhibition also held in Philippines, Thailand, and the United States. Then, finally, it organized in Indonesia on May, 2 to May 26, 2019.

This exhibition located at DiaLoGue, Kemang, South Jakarta, was a collaboration between The Japan Foundation Asia Center, FFFAAARRR, LeBoYe Design, and DUSDUKDUK. At this time, The Earth Manual Project – Disaster and Design: for Saving Lives featured works by Shigeru Ban, Ikaputra, Red Bear Survival Camp Club, and other artists from Japan, Philippines, and Thailand.

One of the interesting things from the works is the localizing process. There will be the same idea concept of each work, but its application in each place can be varied. This is because it depends on the context of each place. The localizing process can be seen from the community participation in each work displayed.

Not only the exhibition, but the series of The Earth Manual Project also consists of seminars, workshops and film screenings about disaster education in collaboration with Miles Film.

(Article by Fauziah Prabarini)

Diadakan pertama kali di Kota Kobe-Jepang pada tahun 2013, The Earth Manual Project adalah sebuah pameran kontemporer tentang bagaimana kreativitas dapat berperan penting dalam membungkus isu-isu bencana pada tahapan yang berbeda-beda. Selain diadakan di Jepang, pameran ini juga pernah diselenggarakan di Filipina, Thailand, dan Amerika Serikat. Kemudian akhirnya diadakan di Indonesia pada tanggal 2 Mei hingga 26 Mei 2019.

Pameran yang diselenggarakan di DiaLoGue, Kemang, Jakarta Selatan ini merupakan hasil kolaborasi antara The Japan Foundation Asia Center, FFFAAARRRR, LeBoYe Design, dan DUSDUKDUK. The Earth Manual Project – Disaster and Design: for Saving Lives kali ini menampilkan karya dari Shigeru Ban, Ikaputra, Red Bear Survival Camp Club, dan seniman lain yang berasal dari Jepang, Filipina, dan Thailand.

Salah satu hal menarik dari karya yang dipamerkan adalah adanya proses localizing. Konsep setiap ide karya bisa jadi sama, namun penerapannya di masing-masing tempat bisa berbeda-beda. Hal ini karena tergantung konteks setiap tempat. Proses localizing dapat dilihat dari adanya partisipasi masyarakat di setiap karya yang ditampilkan.

Tidak hanya pameran, rangkaian The Earth Manual Project ini juga terdiri dari seminar, workshop, dan pemutaran film tentang pendidikan bencana yang bekerja sama dengan Miles Film.

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