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Radi Arwinda (b. 1983) is an artist who works and lives in Bandung, Indonesia. Radi grew up in an artistic environment, because his father was an artist and lecturer at the Bandung Institute of Technology's Faculty of Art and Design, where Radi completed his undergraduate and master studies. He is known for combining Cirebon traditional images that he inherited from his parents through his childhood experiences with Japanese and American popular culture. His works have been exhibited in numerous events, such as "Bandung New Emergence" at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, “Recent Art from Indonesia: Contemporary Art Turn” at Sobin Art Plus, Singapore and "The 3rd Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale” at Galeri Nasional, Jakarta. His latest Solo Project, “Muja: Shrine of Devotion” was held at Art HK 2011, Hong Kong.
This is the rug that will tell the real you. Just sit down on it, close your eyes and relax. Then start to think about the buffalo (good) and the tiger (bad) inside you. Let them fight, and do not feed both of them. Let them kill each other and die. Let the good and bad gone. Let the eternal bloodbath end. Let them transform to new creature called singularity. It will guide you to knowing who you really are. Now Congratulations! Say hello to your higher self with joy.
The End of Eternal Bloodbath
180 x 200 cm