Putri Larasati Indonesian, b. 1994

P.L. finds human nature amusing: they tend to lie to conceal the truth, which comes as inconvenient.

 

She had created visual work for the past four years since graduating in 2017 with a BFA in Fine Art major. Her image-making experience has allowed her to play around contextual themes in the cultural issue that she finds intriguing, and she has been practicing her technique in the art field ever since. Several exhibitions worth mentioning are Asia University Photography Exhibition, Eoullim-nuri Gallery, Deogyanggu, Korea (2017), Indonesia Art Award, National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia (2018), Formosa Art Future Prize 2019, Taipei, Taiwan (2019).

 

Her first photobook: Shotgun (2019), a case study to role-playing and female gaze, had toured in several art book fairs, to name a few, Bangkok Art Book Fair (2020) and Shanghai Art Book Fair (2020), also featured on Asia Art Archive under Kamboja Press Publishing. Currently, P.L. works and has been around in the creative industry for three years, creating branding and other enticing visual works under Copyright/Reserved.

P.L. finds human nature amusing: they tend to lie to conceal the truth, which comes as inconvenient.

 

She had created visual work for the past four years since graduating in 2017 with a BFA in Fine Art major. Her image-making experience has allowed her to play around contextual themes in the cultural issue that she finds intriguing, and she has been practicing her technique in the art field ever since. Several exhibitions worth mentioning are Asia University Photography Exhibition, Eoullim-nuri Gallery, Deogyanggu, Korea (2017), Indonesia Art Award, National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia (2018), Formosa Art Future Prize 2019, Taipei, Taiwan (2019).

 

Her first photobook: Shotgun (2019), a case study to role-playing and female gaze, had toured in several art book fairs, to name a few, Bangkok Art Book Fair (2020) and Shanghai Art Book Fair (2020), also featured on Asia Art Archive under Kamboja Press Publishing. Currently, P.L. works and has been around in the creative industry for three years, creating branding and other enticing visual works under Copyright/Reserved.