01. KUNA+


Selected works for KUNA+, a group of independent creators formed in 2020 aiming to foster representation of Indonesian Muslims in the creative industry and bridge a gap between multi-identitied youths.

After-life was a brainstormed exhibition that planned to display the depiction of the afterlife from an Islamic perspective,

In the top-right corner, 3 icons are shown reflecting the 3 stages the exhibition is divided into, as well as hinting at the installations and artworks to be featured. Additionally, the square gradient in the bottom-left corner represents the progression of life that will be explored in the exhibition. The use of the gradient and the grainy overlay effect expresses the wonder and uncertainty of the period of life lived after life as depicted in the Islamic religion.

‘Divine Beauty’ was a project aiming to connect aspects of culture and identity with the underlying theme of nature. By taking inspiration from the environment through topographic maps, water movements and flora, this project intends to display its beauty, as well as reference Indonesian culture through aspects of native plants and the textile art of batik.