Tire Repair (Tambal Ban)by Krack!
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Print only measures 42 x 59.4cm and ships worldwide.
Standard Frame (with white border) measures 48.8 x 66.2cm and ships to Singapore only.
|Tambal Ban by Krack! (2021)|
|Screenprint on 300gsm watercolour paper|
|Limited Edition of 9|
|Signed and Numbered by the artist|
In their series titled Adakalanya Intelligence (A.I.) or ‘Occassional Intelligence’ Krack! printmaking studio illustrate a plethora of life hacks. Comprising six sequential frames translated into English, this series is a manual on coping with daily life. It is no short of ingenious Indonesian logic and humor.
Krack! is a printmaking studio and gallery that was established in Yogyakarta, Indonesia in May 2013. They work collaboratively with artists to produce and exhibit print-based works that are visually innovative and respond critically to events, developments and cultural debates in the Asia Pacific region.
In the past 7 years, they have presented a diverse range of solo and group exhibitions in their own gallery space, as well as workshops, talks and residencies in Indonesia, Australia, Singapore and Italy.
Krack! is a collaborative project between Indonesian artists Prihatmoko Moki and Rudi (Lampung) Hermawan, Sukma Smita, Fachriza Ansyari, Rjo Rahardjo and Australian artist Malcolm Smith.