TRIYADI GUNTUR WIRATMO
Triyadi Guntur was born in Kudus. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Visual Communication Design from the Bandung Institute of Technology Faculty of Art and Design in 1998 and 2005 respectively. He is now a lecturer at the same institution. His recent solo exhibitions are “Emo Ergo Sum” at Element Artspace (Singapore, 2012), “Historypia Project” at Rachel Gallery (Jakarta, 2011), and “Indexical Friends” at SIGIarts, (Jakarta, 2009). Guntur has participated in exhibitions at the National Gallery of Indonesia: “Reality Effects” and “Percakapan Massa” (Mass Conversations) in 2010. Other exhibits include “Contemporary Art Turn” at SBin Art Plus (Singapore, 2010), “Halimun” (The Mist) at Lawangwangi Artsociates (Bandung, 2010) and Bazaar Art Jakarta 2010. He was a finalist of the 2008 Akili Museum Award, and a winner of the 2002 Recommended Illustrator Award at the 2002 Bratislava International Illustration Biennale. Guntur also undertook a residency at Art Camp in Toyama in 2012.