Faisal Habibi

CV
FAISAL HABIBI
Born 1984, Jakarta
Lives and works in Bandung, Indonesia

EDUCATION
2003-2008
BFA, Sculpture Studio, Faculty of Fine Art and Design, Institute of Technology Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018
“fillet”, Sullivan+Strumpf, Singapore
“Nonsuch”, Art Basel, Hongkong
2015
“This is not an apple…”, ROH Projects, Jakarta, Indonesia

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017
“Europalia Arts Festival Indonesia 2017”, Brussel and Antwerp, Belgium
“ART|JOG 10 : Changing Perspective”, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“That Was Than, This Is Now”, Sullivan + Strumpf, Singapore
“OPQRSTUDIO : Two Years In (2015-2017)”, ROH Projects, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Art Fair Philippines 2017”. ROH Projects, Makati City, Philippines

2016
“Bazaar Art Jakarta”, Booth ROH Projects, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Art Stage Jakarta”, Booth ROH Projects, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“ART|JOG 9: Universal Influence”, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Kait Kelindan”, Galeri Salihara, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Neglected Ordinaries”, Red Base Foundation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Waiting For It To Happen”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2015
“Bipolarity To Multipolarity”, LAF, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Belum Ada Judul”, Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Effervescence”, ROH Projects, Gillman Baracks, Singapore
“Bandung Contemporary Art Awards”, Lawangwangi Creative Space, Bandung, Indonesia
“Family And Friends”, ROH Projects, Jakarta, Indonesia
“FAD Democracy”, Gallery Mizuma, Singapore
ARTWORK
In an interview on an online media, Faisal Habibi said that he saw how objects and spaces construct each other, and how finally he had a different understanding of an object. Faisal has been paying attention to the material culture from early on. He interrogates such culture with a freedom to play while putting objects and their functionality in a critical view in such a way as they have dominated our daily lives to the point where objects appear as intermediaries in our interactions with others. We, in turn, identify (ourselves) with such a fetish that in fact hinders social subjectivity and agency. This kind of critical interrogation takes shape in the form of changes and adjustments in the ergonomic level, which provoke us to restart a conversation with everyday objects, and, thus, with ourselves and our bodies.
This Thing 32
173 x 140 x 20 cm | Plywood, plexiglass | 2019


This Thing 35
198 x 148 x 17.5 cm | Plywood, plexiglass | 2019


This Thing 36
200 x 215 x 31 cm | Plywood, plexiglass | 2019