“JIKA DINDING BISA BERBICARA?” STREET ART DAN REPRESENTASI PEREMPUAN DALAM KARYA-KARYA STENSIL DIGIE SIGIT

Evan Sapentri

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This research examines Digie Sigit’s stencil works in Yogyakarta. This paper focuses on explaining and understanding the material and immaterial aspects of Digie Sigit’s stencil works along with analyzing women’s representation form which is portrayed in his works. In collecting the research data, the researcher did observation by examining Digie Sigit’s stencil works directly and doing deep interviews. Throughout his works, Digie Sigit wants to show appreciation and resistance of mothers as a heroine. He tries to create a possibility space where the public can see and directly meet his works. Women figures are chosen as power representation in earning money for living. They do not care when they are often ostracized and even do not get working assurance from the government. The public space is made as nowadays’ city representation along with as critics about life, especially for the young generation of this country

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Digie Sigit; Graffiti; Public Space, Stencil; Street Art

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