Relational Art Work in Kampung Public Space through Found Object in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia : Identity Through Public Art

Budi Adi Nugroho, Setiawan Sabana, Tisna Sanjaya

Abstract


Kampung is characteristic of living life that can be considered as a traditional settlement arrangement before the advent of modern settlement planning, especially in Indonesia. Kampung can be a source of civilization, creativity and culture of the city because of the conditions and limitations that exist. Locality contained in the order of the village will give character to the further development of the space, through the deepening of public character, the potential social, economic and cultural will produce a modern character of the hometown. Relational art practices are able to bridge the peculiarities of public character and development of artistic discourse in the visual arts packing date. The use of material findings (found object) located in the area around kampung will facilitate the preparation of semiotics as a visual language in the work, the proximity of the material with the public and public understanding in the room they will make the work of a strong public space.

Keywords: kampung, relational art, found object, public art


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