Art Jakarta Gardens 2022: More inclusive in open space

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Art works in display at Art Jakarta Gardens 2022 (IO/ Aini Tartinia)

Jakarta, IO – After two years of delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Art Jakarta was held again this year under the moniker Art Jakarta Gardens 2022.

Featuring a fresher theme, the art exhibition was held at the Plataran City Forest, Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta, set in an open space to make it more inclusive, blending with the pulse of the city and its dynamic dwellers.

Visitors were greeted with Gamelatron art installation, a project created by US-based artist Aaron Taylor Kuffner. The gamelan instrument is combined with robotic technology, enabling it to play by itself through computer programming.