Roel (ID) and Glasgow Zine Library (UK) facilitate the retelling of local mythologies to reconnect people with their traditions of environmental stewardship.
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In issue #12 of TALKER magazine, Giles Bailey (UK) brings the magic of Agus Nur Amal (ID)’s Acehnese storytelling to a European audience.
Anamot Press (UK) and Norman Erikson Passaribu (ID) bring us an anthology of queer histories, food, and identities across borders.
Farah Wardani (ID) and Scott Anthony (UK) facilitate expertise sharing between museum professionals and culture researchers across the two countries.
Rachel Ella Taylor (UK) and Bell Society (ID) showcase how to transform coffee waste into co-created wonders.
Benny Widyo (ID) and Ella Chedburn (UK) explore various stories, myths, and historical accounts surrounding the founding of Tulungagung.
Ivan Bestari (ID) and Hannah Gibson (UK) kickstart an ecosystem of glass art across borders by socialising scrap glass as an artistic medium.
With Melati Suryodarmo (ID) at the helm, Ikon Gallery (UK) transforms their urban space into a Javanese countryside-inspired art laboratory.
Area Olah Karya (ID) and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop (UK) embark on a research journey to explore the idea of an imaginary repatriation of a uniquely situated historical artifact.
Paul Goodenough (UK), Ariela Kristantina (ID), Sheila Putri (ID), and Pungky Nanda Pratama (ID) produce poignant comics that reframe Indonesia’s environmental issues.
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