Remarking the Line

Remarking the Line
Intervention, video / waterproof acrylic paint / 2011

Two kilometer south of the Kraton on the imaginary line between the Mt. Merapi and the
South Sea.

link to Publication: The more you Take, The more I Give
link to Recidency: Cemeti
link to Exhibition: Cemeti
link to Exhibition: Heden

Remarking the Line is produced during an art recidency in the autumn of 2011 at Cemeti Art House in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, commissioned by Heden in The Hague.

Travelling South is part of a series of 3 interventions.
When the Earth was created, Java was off-balanced because of the placement of Mount Jamurdipo on the west end of the island. In order to establish balance, God ordered the mountain to be moved to the centre of Java and renamed it Mount Merapi, literally ‘mountain of fire’. Mount Merapi is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. From the Merapi to the South see there is an imaginary line connecting the Kraton in Yogyakarta as the central point between the Merapi and the South Sea. This line ends on the beach of Pirantritus on the place where Sultan Sutawijaya (1584-1601), the first king of the Mataram Sultanate Kingdom, met Ratu Kidul, the queen of the South Sea.

link
to second intervention: Remarking the line
link to third intervention: A perfect line