GR galleryWe are pleased to announce Social Circle, the first solo exhibit of Suanjaya KencutWith the gallery and in New York. The show will include 19 artworks, including the unveiling of the suite titled “The Suite” for the first-time. Connection Series among this a special recognition is merited by five shaped canvases that challenged the artist with the new media and opens up innumerable possibilities for the future. Suanjaya’s goal is to make viewers focus on the doll-like representations of human beings. This comes from the desire to recognize all life forms as sacred, and to reaffirm how humans thrive when they have support systems such as family and friends. Kencut felt disconnected by the emptiness-filled pandemic. He wanted bright colors and figural perspectives to bring hope, optimism, and positivity to the composition. These inanimate puppets display fragmented scenes of human existence in the hope people can reflect upon themselves through his artworks.
Social Circle is a series based on souls contemplation happened during the Covid-19 detention period that resulted in a full awareness of the importance and beauty of the memories of socializing. These moments are etched in the fragments we have of our memories about our situation and our close relationship with others. Mr. Black, Mr. Blue, Mr. Red, Mr. YellowThe, are a series shaped canvases that are inspired by the diversity found in a person’s personality, character, and aura. The central determinant of who someone will be in their lives is often their color, regardless of whether they are essential or irrelevant. However, Kencut also believes that the differences with other people are not always a problem, as is symbolized by Mr. ColorfulHarmonizing our thoughts will make life more exciting. An open-minded vision, taste, and interpretation can draw people together and become a support system for one another.
On the other side, the works Any Question Brainstorm, Chill CommandThis is a metaphor for a room that contains many stories but is restricted by cultural barriers. A liminal moment where we must be connected to other people. This creates a need for adaptation that breaks down any existing boundaries. This new maturity will allow us to break down any barriers that were previously limiting our potential, opening up new avenues. Everyone needs support during times of uncertainty or sadness. This helps to realize how important it is to surround yourself with people who will support you and not demand anything in return.
Suanjaya Kencut (1994, Indonesia), as a child of Bali, He understood how rich his land was in culture, with a treasure trove of artistic creations resulting from the interconnections of history, traditions, and religions. Since he was in vocational school, art has been a part his life. It served as the foundation of his painting practice. He continued his art education at the Yogyakarta Indona Art Institute. Suanjaya began learning arts and crafts in 6th grade. He created his own style with a doll-like persona, which is believed to be Barong or Rangda. It was made by human hands. “It was used to perform ritual purposes, whereas it was easier to make something simple and near me, which also helped me incorporate moral messages into my work.” His previous narrow vision of art, which was limited to the island’s traditions and customs, began to expand to include other perspectives.
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