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[OS-22] R. Yuki Agriardi (R. Yuki Agriardi

  • R. Yuki Agriardi
  • R. Yuki Agriardi
  • R. Yuki Agriardi
Profile
R. Yuki Agriardi (b. 1984) is a Bandung-based artist graduated from ITB and Central Saint Martins, UK. His works range from drawings, paintings, and object installations by working independently, collaborating with museums, art galleries, partnerships, and clients in media or companies such as London Bookfair, Audi, Uniqlo and Honda Japan.

Agriardi has long developed an interest in the relationship between humans and nature. Titling his latest work series: "Future Habitat of Happiness", he concocted a speculative space where he envisioned inhabitants that could flourish and coexist with others. He investigates the relationship and communication between the inhabitants, memories, wellbeing and scenes from the habitat. He utilises oil pastel on his recent drawing series for its immediate expression and directness as there is no barrier between his fingers with this medium. Recently Pear Press X Gramedia Pustaka Utama published his first book: "The Lyrics of Self-Acceptance."
Career / Prize
EDUCATION
MA.Design - Central Saint Martins, London
BA.Interior Design - FSRD ITB, Bandung

BOOK
2021 - The Lyrics of Self-acceptance, published by Pear Press X Gramedia, Indonesia

AWARDS
2021 - Second prize, Public Art for Flyover - team with Lokus Foundation, Bandung
2012 - First prize, Palladium Visions 2012, London
2008 - Finalist, Concept Design magazine cover - 2008

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2021 - 30 Days of Weekdays, C(on)Temporary, Bandung
2013 - Mutual interspecies invitation, OMK Design Studio, London
2011 - Dive, InkubatorAsia, Jakarta
2010 - The Last Quiet Day, Platform3, Bandung

SELECTED PROJECT & GROUP EXHIBITION
2019 - Creative Jellyfishes - Market Focus, Indonesia - London Book Fair 2019, London
2018 - Colourful Gourmand Drawing - Uniqlo store launching, Bandung
2018 - World of Cub 60th Anniversary Honda Supercub & 100 million of Supercub, Tokyo
2018 - Natural Capital, Europhalia Indonesia at BOZAR, Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels
Website
http://www.agriardi.com/