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Hubungan Antara Riwayat Pedati Gede Pekalangan dengan Sejarah Tokoh Pangeran Walangsungsang Hendhy Nansha; Agus Sachari; Setiawan Sabana; Y. Martinus Pasaribu
PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian dan Pengembangan Arkeologi Vol. 10 No. 2 (2021): Vol.10 (2) November 2021

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24164/pw.v10i2.395


Pedati Gede Pekalangan is a historical artifact found in the Pekalangan area, Cirebon. This cart is one of the oldest vehicles in Cirebon and is a witness to the history of Cirebon. This cart has also used a knockdown system which was an advanced technology of its time. Literature about the origin of this cart is difficult to find, so its history can only be obtained from word of mouth. Prince Wangsakerta in the book Rajya-Rajya I Bhumi Nuswantara states that the Gede Pedati has been around since the 2nd century, but the Cirebon people believe this cart was made in 1449 by Prince Walangsungsang or known as Prince Cakrabuana. This research is an attempt to discover the history of Pedati Gede Pekalangan by studying the journey of Prince Walangsungsang. The method used in this study is the historical method by collecting data through observations of Pedati Gede Pekalangan artifacts, literature studies, and interviews with Pedati Gede Pekalangan caretakers and Cirebon historians. The research concludes that Pedati Gede Pekalangan is a means of transportation that was made during the leadership of Prince Walangsungsang 1445-1479.
Uniform ; The Power of Masculine Identity Hendhy Nansha; Setiawan Sabana
JURNAL RUPA Vol 4 No 2 (2019): Open Issue
Publisher : Telkom University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v4i2.2310


Identity is a very important aspect of human life. The definition of the self is a characteristic which distinguishes each person. In a certain situation, an identity could mean anxiety, fear, or ego. This happens when someone is in a rather defensive position. Jean Baudrillard, one of post-modernist has denounced the existence of a definite identity that latched into a subject since he believes that everything has deconstructed. Physiologically, identity can not be separated from the body. Representation is crucial for people to interpret the body as a battlefield, discourses of what emerged there, and various things that affect in creative practice. Uniform is also closely linked to identity and the body. Uniform can be central for the construction of identity. We can identify whether the person is a member of the police, armed forces, and so on by simply take a look at the uniform that he uses. In a masculinity viewpoint, sometimes a person who wears uniform feel himself the most powerful (arrogant) and become cruel for people around him. This paper aims to expose my anxiety toward patriarchal culture that is built up from a uniform which I transformed as a basis for my artwork creation.