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Kamasan: Goldsmith Tradisional Sunda Busratul Mukmin Sjahroeddin; Agus Sachari; Meirina Triharini; Muhammad Ihsan DRSAS
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.v3i2.1498


Every culture has its own craft product made by a specialized craftsman. Even so, wider community nowadays in Indonesia do not give attention to traditional craftsman as they should. Many of traditional craftsman has been alienized even perish from their community. One of the traditional craftsmen who has been existing and known in Sundanese people society are kamasan. Kamasan is the name of Sundanese traditional goldsmith who will make jewelry or embed precious metal to other product. Today presence of kamasan almost like a myth, even on Sundanese community. Rapid growth and higher quantity demand of jewely from Sundanese people that cannot be fulfilled by kamasan make them outcast from the mainstream precious metal and jewelry business scene. Beside that, the economic inflation that struck globaly caused many of kamasan changed their profession. In effort to find kamasan that still exist around Bandung, an ethnographical approach was performed in one of the kamasan village at southern Bandung. From those communities finally found only one kamasan who still practicing goldsmith until today. That kamasan persistently practicing goldsmith as known as in Sundanese traditional culture. Traditional craftsmen absence from its community affected the loss of various cultural knowledge. That condition will make a community alienated to their own cultural roots and awareness.
Pengumpulan Data Artefak Dan Budaya Kuliner Dengan Metode Partisipatoris Desain Fiona Yasmine; Arianti Ayu Puspita; Andar Bagus Sriwarno; Meirina Triharini; Prananda Luffiansyah Malasan; R. Raditya Ardianto Taepoer
WIDYAKALA: JOURNAL OF PEMBANGUNAN JAYA UNIVERSITY Vol 9, No 1 (2022): Urban Lifestyle and Urban Development
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat UPJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36262/widyakala.v9i1.474


Indonesia memiliki beragam budaya yang turun temurun, salah satunya yaitu budaya kuliner lokal yang ada di masyarakat, budaya kuliner dapat memberikan identitas dan memiliki sejarah panjang yang penting untuk dipertahankan baik berupa sejarah perjalanan kuliner maupun artefak yang digunakannya. Proses pengumpulan informasi terkait budaya kuliner perlu melibatkan masyarakat yang memiliki ikatan langsung dengan budaya kulinernya guna mendapatkan sudut pandang yang holistik, metode pengumpulan data yang akan digunakan yaitu metode partisipatoris desain yang menagcu pada metode MUST dan etnografi desain. Pihak yang terlibat dalam penelitian ini yaitu pelaku bisnis kuliner Warung Kopi Mang Ikin di daerah Bandung dengan kopi racik khasnya yang telah ada sejak tahun 1945. Mengetahui dan mengembangkan metode pengumpulan data artefak secara partisipatoris untuk preservasi budaya kuliner lokal yang ditujukan untuk museum digital merupakan tujuan dari penelitian ini, dengan luara penelitian tersebut diharapkan dapat menjadi sebuah metode baru dalam pendataan artefak budaya lokal yang lebih efektif.
Procedures Experiments using Photogrammetric Method Inne Chaysalina; Achmad Syarief; Meirina Triharini
Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies Vol. 1 No. 8 (2021): Journal Eduvest - Journal of Universal Studies
Publisher : Green Publisher Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3658.207 KB) | DOI: 10.59188/eduvest.v1i8.140


Tangible objects are actual objects that can be touched and have a physical form. Therefore, the existence of tangible objects cannot be separated from the potential of damage and even disappearance. At the same time, tangible objects can be an essential source of research and can be a historical source that needs to be preserved. With the development of technology, objects can be recorded in digital forms, 2D Documentation, such as photos and videos, and increasingly sophisticated technology makes object recording developed in 3D Documentation. An easy method with good data quality results is photogrammetric. The implementation of the photogrammetric method has many advantages, some of which are straightforward procedures, portable equipment, and relatively low prices. This study uses a qualitative method based on photogrammetric experiments with various lighting settings and different needs. The results of this research are trying to breakdown of photogrammetric procedures that can applied according to field conditions.
Solution Mapping Tools: Identifying a Bottom-Up Approach to Social Innovation Raditya Ardianto Taepoer; Kenta Ono; Prananda Luffiansyah Malasan; Meirina Triharini; Arianti Ayu Puspita; Intan Prameswari; Yulia Sugandi
Jurnal Sosioteknologi Vol. 22 No. 2 (2023): JULY 2023
Publisher : Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain ITB

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.5614/sostek.itbj.2023.22.2.8


A bottom-up approach to social innovation arises from the issues at the root of the innovation, which usually originates in the lower middle class. An essential approach to design for social innovation is to manage projects with identifiable organizational stakeholders considering relationships in the context of power holders and empowering socially vulnerable and marginalized communities. In local contexts, community participation processes can support grassroots movements toward sustainable systems where the focus is on more complex situations. For a better understanding, the Solution Mapping Tool is explored in this paper through a case study of a workshop held in the least-developed region of Indonesia. The workshop focused on inventing a bamboo distillation device for Moke, a traditional alcoholic beverage made from fermented palm fruits. Using the Solution Mapping Tools, learners were inspired to explore and discover the diverse solutions that communities use and generate daily. The tool helps everyday solutions become visible and identifiable regarding needs, assets, problems and challenges, benefits, and opportunities for the future. The Solution Mapping Tools can also increase learners’ empathy towards people, including communities, by providing a place to learn about their daily lives, experiential knowledge, and context. This paper extends existing publications on distributing and learning about local assets as a pre-design process before applying a participatory-based approach.