MOMOVING MUSEUM #4 : RUMAH CEMARA BOXING CAMP
National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia 2018
MOVING MUSEUM #4 : RUMAH CEMARA BOXING CAMP, JAKARTA, INDONESIA
Manifesto “MULTIPOLAR” : Seni Rupa Setelah 20 Tahun Reformasi / Art after 20 years of Reformation.
Collaborator : Soni Sanjaya, Asep Suherna (Architect), Rumah Cemara Boxing Camp.
Curated by : A.Sujud Dartanto, Bayu Genia Khrisbie, Citra Smara Dewi, Teguh Margono
National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, 2018
Rumah Cemara Boxing Camp is a boxing camp that I found with 4 other friends in 2013. This Boxing Camp started as place for people with HIV/AIDS and drug users to train, but along the way this boxing camp is developing into an open space for peoples many different background. This boxing camp is really special because we can see people’s interactions that might be impossible in the other boxing gym. The members are from musician, activists, designers, scientist, LGBTS, athletes and many more. Rumah Cemara as the mother organization of this boxing camp in 2013 is doing a social inclusion by opening their office not only for the peoples with HIV/AIDS or drug users but also for people in general as part of their campaign “INDONESIA TANPA STIGMA” or Indonesia without stigma.
For this Multipolar exhibition I occupy the main lobby of the National Gallery to exhibit the objects and programs from the Rumah Cemara Boxing Camp. Since 2013 we have three professional athletes and four amateur athletes. I did a short documentary about Rumah Cemara Boxing Camp and shown it inside the Moving Museum. I am using this exhibition to promote the Indonesia Tanpa Stigma campaign, so peoples will aware about the issues and what we already did to overcome or solve the issues.
To see the short documentary about Rumah Cemara Boxing Camp go to the FILM section