Wiyoga Muhardanto

(born in Jakarta 1984, lives and works in Bandung) uniquely, through his sculptures, creates involvements of symbolisms, cynicisms and satire through either form or materials. This time, he presents What If (Figur No: 3, Football Fans) (2016), a sculpture of a goalkeeper catching a fan wearing the uniform of a well-known English Premier League club. The football fan is ‘chunky’ and has his fists up in the air. This work is a commentary of the crazed obsession that the global community has for football. Wiyoga’s work seems to be the opposite of the idea behind Marina and Ulay’s performance work. However, the essence is the same: to reexamine the values found in urban societies in the Information Age, where penetration of global icons and a strong sense of obsession help define a global-international community.

Wiyoga Muhardanto
What If? (Figure no. 3 football fans)
2016
Plastic scale model, Epoxy putty, Acrylic & Automotive paint
32 x 18 x 11,5 cm

Price  :  IDR 16,000,000
             $ 1,200
Wiyoga Muhardanto
What If? (Figure no. 3 football fans)
2016
Plastic scale model, Epoxy putty, Acrylic & Automotive paint
32 x 18 x 11,5 cm

Price  :  IDR 16,000,000
             $ 1,200

BFA, Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology  (Majoring in Sculpture), Indonesia

 

2017                  “Perjalanan Senyap”, represented by Orbital Dago, Bandung, Indonesia

3-IN-1, Roh Project Jakarta

Getok Tular#2 : Spacing out, Omni Space bandung

2016                  What If, Art Basel Hongkong 2016 – Discoveries Section, Hongkong Convention & Exhibition Center

All In (ROH Project Booth), Art Stage Jakarta, Sheraton Hotel Ballroom

Bazaar Art Jakarta Charity Section, Ritz Carlton Ballroom

2015                    Dangling Durians, Langgeng Art Foundation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Jakarta Biennale 2015 : “Neither Forward Nor Back”, Curated by Charles Esche,

Sarinah Warehouse, Indonesia

2014                   Ada Perlu Sebentar (There Should be a moment), Platform 3 Artspace, Bandung, West Java Indonesia

2013                  Nothing Happens, Equator Art Project, Gilman Barrack Singapore