We are very united with this platform of creation and innovation (virtual exhibition)
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno supports innovation in digital art that could encourage the growth of the creative economy, including through a virtual exhibition that could reach a wider audience thanks to the digital space.
“We strongly support this platform of creation and innovation (virtual exhibition),” Uno noted in his written statement on Monday.
“This is particularly in the area of visual communications as well as collaboration and space for expression that would hopefully one day produce creative personalities to support the growth of the Indonesian economy,” he said. -he assures.
An example of a virtual exhibition organized to present works of art by actors of the creative industry is “PARTMOTION # 1”.
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The exhibition is a form of collaboration between Paramadina Visual Communication Design Alumni Association (IADKVP) and Visual Communication Design Major of Paramadina and Rupakapala Students Association and is accessible at iadkvparamadina.com/partmotion.
The virtual exhibition runs until January 21, 2022, so that visual communication design enthusiasts can continue to produce works of art that can boost Indonesia’s creative economy sector.
“A work of art should develop and should not be hampered. Exhibitions should not only present works of art, but should also elicit a reaction from the public and become a space for dialogue, so that its benefits can be realized. felt by the nation, “said Paramadina university rector Didik J. Rachbini, said.
Visitors to the virtual exhibition felt like they were in a special room because the exhibition has a 360-degree panoramic screen.
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Visitors will be treated to attractive works of art produced by local artists that depict modern phenomena.
Several types of artwork featured in this exhibition include audio visual, animation, drawing, and photos.
While waiting for the start of the exhibition, visitors can access the works presented during the event.
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