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ANDHARUPA: Jurnal Desain Komunikasi Visual & Multimedia Vol 6, No 02 (2020): AUGUST 2020
Publisher : Dian Nuswantoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33633/andharupa.v6i02.3473


AbstrakSatu dasawarsa ini, fenomena mewarnai kampung kota (urban villages) telah menjadi salah strategi berbagai kota di pulau Jawa untuk menciptakan daya tarik wisata. Kampung kota yang seringkali terkesan kumuh, menjelma sebagai kawasan wisata dan menjadi ikon kota. Penelitian ini dilakukan di pemukiman Wonosari Gunung Brintik, Semarang dan saat ini dikenal sebagai Kampung Pelangi. Sejak 2017, warna-warni Kampung Pelangi tidak hanya berfungsi sebagai penanda visual suatu lokasi, tetapi telah mengubah fungsi pemukiman menjadi kawasan wisata. Penelitian ini berupaya untuk mengetahui perubahan yang terjadi khususnya setelah pemukiman Wonosari dikenal sebagai Kampung Pelangi dan menjadi ikon baru bagi Kota Semarang. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode campuran, tahap pendataan awal dilakukan melalui wawancara, kemudian dilanjutkan dengan penyebaran kuesioner untuk mengetahui respon warga setempat terhadap perubahan visual pemukiman Wonosari menjadi Kampung Pelangi. Penelitian bertujuan untuk memahami bagaimana Kampung Pelangi mewujudkan identitas tempat melalui citra lokal serta mencari pendekatan model pemberdayaan terhadap potensi lokal sehingga berdampak pada keberlanjutan Kampung Pelangi sebagai destinasi wisata. Kata kunci: citra visual, identitas Kampung Pelangi, place branding AbstractFor almost a decade, coloring urban villages have become one of the strategies of various cities in Java to create a tourist attraction. The urban villages, that often considered slum areas had transformed to be tourist destinations and become an icon of cities. This research conducted in the settlement of Wonosari Gunung Brintik, Semarang, or now known as Kampung Pelangi. Since 2017, the colorful Kampung Pelangi has not only visually transformed a location but has transformed into a tourist destination. This research uses a mixed-method, collection of data conducted through interviews and questionnaires. This study uses the perspective of place identity and focuses on the residents’ response to the visual changes of their settlement. This study also tries to understand the image construction process of place identity that represents its local values and search for an empowerment model that will impact the sustainability of Kampung Pelangi as a tourist destination. Keywords:  Kampung Pelangi’s identity, place branding, visual image
Pemanfaatan Pewarna Alam sebagai Trend Baru pada Fashion Brands di Indonesia Arini Arumsari; Agus Sachari; Andryanto Rikrik Kusmara
JURNAL RUPA Vol 3 No 2 (2018): Open Issue
Publisher : Telkom University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25124/rupa.v3i2.1620


As one of the largest sub-sectors of the creative industry in Indonesia, the fashion industry has a great potential and contribution to society and the country's economy. However, the role of the large fashion industry also needs to be balanced with the methods of production and design of fashion products that are environment-friendly. This needs to be done considering the potential for adverse impacts of the rapidly developing fashion industry without any direction. The adverse effects are the use of synthetic materials or raw materials that are harmful to the environment; unprocessed production waste; poor quality of materials and production processes resulting in a low product life-cycle; and social labor issues. To overcome the above problems, the environment-friendly method currently used by various fashion brands in Indonesia and becoming a trend is the use of natural dyes in the process of fashion production. The use of natural dyes has many advantages, namely: using non-toxic and dangerous materials; preserving the traditions of Indonesian ancestors; and producing authentic and trendy color characters if processed properly. This study uses qualitative methods with a sociocultural approach. This study presents the background and development of the use of natural dyes by various fashion brands in Indonesia to become today's trend. Thus, the use of natural dyes is expected to not only become a momentary trend but is also expected to continue to be developed. The biggest reason is that the application of more environment-friendly methods for the Indonesian fashion industry broadly can provide many benefits.
PROSIDING: SENI, TEKNOLOGI, DAN MASYARAKAT Vol 2 (2019): Seni, Teknologi, dan Masyarakat #4

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33153/semhas.v2i0.117


Mural art does not only function as decoration but it is an art activity that impact social life. Decorating villageswith murals has become an art movement across Java. Creation of mural in these villages involves manystakeholders (government, universities, students, artists), which can be considered as participatory art, thatemphasize on collaboration and shared experiences. In participatory art, artists’ and facilitator role is to encouragecommunity creativity. This research focuses on art community murals using participatory action researchapproach. This research aim to analyze collaborative art creation models, and examine how art canempower a community.
Gesture Visualization from Babad Diponegoro (UNESCO’s MoW) into Digital Character using Motion Capture Harry Nuriman; Setiawan Sabana; Intan Rizky Mutiaz; Rikrik Kusmara Andryanto
International Journal of Science and Society Vol 3 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
Publisher : GoAcademica Research & Publishing

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The image of Prince Diponegoro as a national hero of Indonesia is very strong. However, there are controversies and myths regarding his characterization. The researcher deconstructs the character of Prince Diponegoro by appropriating Raden Saleh's painting entitled Penangkapan Pangeran Diponegoro by tracing the authentic script from the autobiography of Babad Diponegoro. The manuscript is examined using an intertextuality approach. Prince Diponegoro is constructed based on the physical characteristics contained in the Babad Diponegoro text into a three-dimensional digital model. The results are then rearranged using the deconstruction method by detaching from the existing stereotype of Prince Diponegoro and displaying his character and habits as written in Babad Diponegoro. A number of questions to be answered through this research are what can be visualized from the character of Prince Diponegoro using a textual approach, especially based on Babad Diponegoro, why does the character and identity based on Babad Diponegoro need to be visualized and what methods can be used to bring out the body and character. through the use of digital technology which includes embodiment, motion, gesture, sound, light, interactivity so as to provide a new experience for the audience. The result was a series of movements and visuals that enriched the characterization of Prince Diponegoro. All characters, both those that have been formed for a long time and those that were only known after the translation of Babad Diponegoro, were shown in the virtual experiment entitled Hikayat Dipanegara. The results showed that appropriation using different dimensions and technology resulted in a new image of Prince Diponegoro. The crossing of signs that occurs between real and virtual experiences and in the context of time can provide a new experience which may change the perspective or understanding of things.