Iqbal Prabawa Wiguna
Universitas Telkom

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The Night as We Know It Dike Nabila Trivinggar; Kurniawati Gautama; Iqbal Prabawa Wiguna
JURNAL RUPA Vol 4 No 1 (2019): Open Issue
Publisher : Telkom University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v4i1.2155

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Since the first invention of the light bulb, humans have increasingly been accustomed to living under excessive artificial light every night. Inappropriate use of artificial light causes light pollution that now affects more than 80% world’s population in densely populated cities, including Bandung City residents. The latest research shows that the rate of light pollution for a high category in Bandung City has experienced an increase of 13,79 km2/year during 2013-2017. This has resulted in the loss of Bandung night sky aesthetic because the lights coming from the ground form a skyglow dome in the atmosphere, blocking most of the astronomical object's light and rendering them invisible from earth. As a person who has always been interested in astronomy and is also a Bandung resident, I have concern over the long-lost Bandung night sky natural beauty due to light pollution caused by human activities. I desire to raise awareness of this issue through an installation art which explores lights, reflective paint, and video as the mediums.
Harmoni dan Narasi Kosmos Iqbal Prabawa Wiguna
JURNAL RUPA Vol 1 No 2 (2016): Open Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v1i2.741

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For all his life Johannes Kepler seeking for harmony. Kepler is best known for his laws of planetary movement. He is also a polymath working in the intersection between contemporary sciences such as astronomy, math, physics, optics, astrology, music theory, meteorology dan history. After spending years exploring those different disciplines, he later learned he was actually longing for the harmony. His fascination over harmony in nature kept growing up, in his last days Kepler was still trying to finish a book he started since he was still a scholar. This book is called Somnium. Somnium itself is the Latin word for 'dream,' a word that make sense if you read the whole chapter. The main idea for this project is Kepler’s fascination over the harmony in celestial object, thus he tried to convince people that Copernicus heliocentrism is the absolute truest way to understand how our solar system works. The idea of making narative came up to Kepler’s mind as he turned his research into a fiction, a story about a boy who makes his journey to the moon to help his mother for being accused of being a witch. Similiarly to the boy, Kepler’s mother is also accused for witchcraft. So Somnium was not really just a scientific book but in some part of them, there is also some biographical facts and fiction. By knowing the pattern in nature we can understand that the nature is in order and there is a grand design hidden in layers. Just like Kepler that are fascinated by the order of nature, 'Somnium' in this work is also talks about the pattern and harmony the curiousity for nature that represented in geometrical objet and natural study, and also about the old knowledge where science, art and spirituality is learnt through one form knowledge
Review Pergeseran Fotografi Dari Sistem Konvensional ke Digital (Virtual Photoshoot) Pada Masa Pandemi COVID-19 Adrian Permana Zen; Dyah Ayu Wiwid Sintowoko; Iqbal Prabawa Wiguna; Arfi Andrian; Gregorius Kresna Haga Ginting
JURNAL RUPA Vol 6 No 1 (2021): Open Issue
Publisher : Telkom University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v6i1.3060

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Virtual photoshoot is a new method in the development era of modern contemporary photography that was born due to the impact of COVID-19. This study finally tries to analyze the trend of virtual photoshoots as the use of photography technology during the Covid-19 pandemic. Virtual photoshoot is a development of photography. The method used in this research is a phenomenological approach regarding the use of online video call software in the process of shooting the object. The sample of this research is the photographic works of virtual photoshoot by Michael Fabians Cools when taking pictures using the sophisticated video call application. The results showed three main results, namely media, technical and aesthetic. In terms of media, research has found that the existence of social media such as Instagram can support the existence of a virtual photoshoot trend. Technically research, this virtual photoshoot implementation method is something new and has never happened before. The virtual photoshoot implementation method is applied in in-game screenshots and Google Street View, where virtual photoshoots offer a shooting process by taking pictures through an LCD monitor using video call software such as Zoom, Facetime, and Google Meet to bring up photo objects. Aesthetically, this study found that the results of photos from virtual photoshoots led to photography techniques that were not widely used before in conventional shooting, namely displaying the blur effect on photos using glasses or bottles. The blur effect that is usually produced through lens settings can also be produced with a glass or bottle.
Aplikasi Komposit pada Permukaan Cetakan Iqbal Prabawa Wiguna
JURNAL RUPA Vol 7 No 1 (2022): Open Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v7i1.4656

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This article explores the creation of craft techniques through the process using coconut fiber composites as a medium for arts and crafts. The study highlights the outer casting composite technique, coconut fiber processing techniques using hand skills which are the result of practical exploration by the author’s to create three-dimensional objects made from coconut fiber composites, hopefully this technique can be applied and developed further as an innovation for arts and crafts techniques using the cocopeat as medium. This technique combines the putty technique which is generally used in wood medium with the basic paper fingers pressing technique in papier mache, and then the technique applied to the coconut fiber composite. The research uses qualitative methods and practice led research, the author’s completed the research with the documents and data on creative activity processes such as exploration of the medium, techniques, theories and contextualization. The outer casting composite technique will cover several stages, starting from material preparation, making the composite dough, sticking the dough to the casting, putty and sanding, and finally coating or finishing the composite materials. The outcome of this research is the innovation of craft techniques using coconut fiber composite material which is applied for the making of a lampshade with the presenting data in the form of a documentation process.
Deep Fear : The Digital Art Making Based On The Psychological Reaction of Pandemic Phenomenon Rendy Pandita Bastari; Iqbal Prabawa Wiguna
JURNAL RUPA Vol 7 No 2 (2022): Open Issue
Publisher : Telkom University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v7i2.4741

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The Covid 19 pandemic is causing global fall down in almost every aspect, from health, economic, culture, and without exception, psychology, more specifically, on fear. Recent study on psychological impact concluded that specific groups from specific socio-demographic variables would act differently based on their fear of the disease. Every specific group have it’s priorities to survive the pandemic. The mass media also plays a role in driving the fear of people, reported and exaggerating information on the disease. This paper aims to give an artistic approach and respond of the pandemic situation through digital painting and serve as visual artefact of the 2020 pandemic. The method used during the creation process is literature studies on several case studies and relevant theories. The creation begins with phenomenon observation, theoretical approach, conceptualization, and finalizing. The result of the artwork conceptually is that essentially that people fear the most is death which is what being represented through the artwork.