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The Instrument Builders Project

The Instrument Builders Project at the National Gallery of Victoria

visit: The Instrument Builders Project

NGV Studio hosts the first Australian iteration of The Instrument Builders Project (IBP), an experimental collaborative project between Australian and Indonesian artists and musicians curated by Kristi Monfries and Joel Stern.

Health and safety information in case of ash fall

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NOT YOUR WORLD MUSIC - Noise in South East Asia CD+book

NOT YOUR WORLD MUSIC

Noise in South East Asia

Cedrik Fermont & Dimitri della Faille

A book about art, politics, identity, gender and global capitalism

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musicians in yogyakarta, Wukir Suryadi and Rully Shabara

Wukir Suryadi and Rully Shabara (ID) together form Yogyakarta’s Senyawa, a unique band that embodies the aural elements of traditional Indonesian music whilst exploring the framework of experimental music practice, pushing the boundaries of both traditions. Their music strikes a perfect balance between their avant-garde influences and cultural heritage to create truly contemporary Indonesian new music. Their sound is comprised of Shabara’s deft extended vocal techniques punctuating the frenetic sounds of instrument builder Suryadi’s modern-primitive instrumentation.

Gereja Ayam - Chicken Church

Should you be trekking through the thick forests of Magelang, Indonesia, try not to be too alarmed if you stumble upon a titanic, rotting building, shaped like a chicken. Known as Gereja Ayam (unsurprisingly, “Chicken Church”), this mouldering titan was probably whimsical once, but now it seems like the creepy lost temple of a goofy cult.

Todesurteile in Indonesien

Todesurteile in Indonesien
Der Tod im Live-Ticker
KOMMENTARvon Nina Belz 28.4.2015, 20:41 Uhr
Indonesien hat trotz internationalem Protest Drogendealer erschiessen lassen. Ihr Schicksal liefert Beweise, weshalb die Todesstrafe kein Mittel der Justiz sein kann. Kommentar von Nina Belz

Polizisten in Indonesien beobachten die Proteste gegen die Hinrichtung der neun Drogenhändler. (Bild: Achmad Ibrahim / AP)
Polizisten in Indonesien beobachten die Proteste gegen die Hinrichtung der neun Drogenhändler. (Bild: Achmad Ibrahim / AP)

Indonesien: härteres Vorgehen gehen Drogen

Indonesiens Polizisten haben den Finger am Abzug
von Nina Belz, Manfred Rist 16.8.2017, 13:44 Uhr
Der indonesische Präsident fordert ein härteres Vorgehen gehen Drogenhändler. Dabei rät er zu unorthodoxen Methoden. Sein Polizeichef sieht sein philippinisches Pendant als Vorbild: im Zweifel erschiessen.