Ade Darmawan lives and works in Jakarta as an artist, curator and director of  ruangrupa. He studied at Indonesia Art Institute (ISI), in the Graphic Arts  Department. In 1998, a year after his first solo exhibition at the Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (now Cemeti Art House), he stayed in Amsterdam to attend a two-year residency…

Ajeng Nurul Aini graduated from journalism program, Institute of Social and Political Science (IISIP), Jakarta, in 2010. She was active in Forum Lenteng for several years and worked in various TV programs as a video journalist. Since 2011, she manages ruangrupa, while working as project officer in many art projects, including Art Project for Female Visual…

Daniella Fitria Praptono is a mother of three children and an artist focusing on children and women. Besides managing regular workshops for urban women and teaching Arts Introduction for Kids in Gudskul, she also manages ruangrupa’s financial affairs. In 2010, she founded rurukids, an after school art program targeting children and their educators—parents, teachers and members…

Trained as an architect (B.Arch from Universitas Indonesia and M.Arch from Cranbrook Academy of Art), Farid Rakun wears different hats, dependent on who is asking. A visiting lecturer in the Architecture Department of Universitas Indonesia, he is also a part of the artists’ collective ruangrupa, with whom he co-curated TRANSaction: Sonsbeek 2016 in Arnhem, NL. As an…

Since 2001, Indra Ameng has been working as a program coordinator at ruangrupa, with whom he has participated in various art events, including co-curating TRANSaction: Sonsbeek 2016 in Arnhem, NL. He is also working as a Festival Director for RRREC Fest—an annual three-day alternative music festival and art in Jakarta and Sukabumi (West Java) that focused on…