Setiawan Sabana
Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Institut Teknologi Bandung

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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

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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.
Kezia Clarissa Langi STUDI LAPANGAN: TRADISI BAJU PERANG NIAS MASA KINI DI KOTA GUNUNGSITOLI DAN DESA BAWOMATALUO Kezia Clarissa Langi; Setiawan Sabana; Hafiz Aziz Ahmad
PROSIDING: SENI, TEKNOLOGI, DAN MASYARAKAT Vol 2 (2019): Seni, Teknologi, dan Masyarakat #4
Publisher : LP2MP3M, INSTITUT SENI INDONESIA SURAKARTA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33153/semhas.v2i0.95

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For centuries the title ‘warrior’ is embedded in Nias society. As a warrior, the person, their duty, and its costumecannot be separated. To become the protector of a village, a series of task are needed. Therefore, being awarrior is a prestigious status. Today, Nias and its war costume are on the edge of modernity. The thin linebetween tradition and attraction is created due to globalization and its tourism purpose. To understand theimportance of the tradition of Nias war costume, it is crucial to analyze the history through literature and theimpact of globalization in Nias today. The result of this research could adapt into creating future Nias warcostume that is suitable for the Ono Niha (term for the people of Nias). To fully understand about the conditionof this tradition, field research is needed. This research aims to obtain data from Gunungsitoli city andBawomataluo village regarding the tradition of Nias war costume. The results of this research are the untoldstory of Nias and the needs of the society regarding Nias tradition in the future.