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Journal of Visual Art and Design
ISSN : 23375795     EISSN : 23385480     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
Journal of Visual Art and Design welcomes full research articles in the area of Visual Art and Design from the following subject areas: Design History, Art History, Visual Culture, Design Methodology, Design Process, Design Discourse, Design and Culture, Sociology Design, Design Management, Art Critism, Anthropology of Art, Artifact Design, Industrial Design, Visual Communication Design, Photography, Interior Design, Craft, Architecture, Film, Multimedia, Creative Industry, Design Policy, and other historical, critical, cultural, psychological, educational and conceptual research in visual art and design. Publication History Formerly known as: ITB Journal of Visual Art and Design (2007 – 2012)
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Restoring a Burnt Heritage PTPN X Building in Surabaya Darmiwati, Theresia Ratna
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 7, No 1 (2015)
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The archipelago of Indonesia has lots of historical buildings that were built during the Dutch colonization era, which lasted for approximately 350 years.  In 2011, there were 167 colonial architectural buildings in Surabaya city [1].  Due to their importance to the city as testimony of the history of Surabaya, and are a way to develop heritage tourism in Surabaya, the city government must preserve them.  A thorough research study has been done to support the city government in restoring a heritage building called PT Perkebunan Nusantara X (PTPN X).  It is a state-owned agricultural business office located at Jalan Jembatan Merah, Surabaya, and located among other historical sites. The PTPN X building was burnt down in 2005 with a damage level of about 60%.  In order to be able to build a new one with the original design of its past European architecture and details of its historical relics, the restoration acts require intensive consultations with many people such as the PTPN X employees, academic experts from Institute of Technology Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) and the city’s cultural heritage experts who know all about it. In this paper, the approaches and final outcome of the building restoration will be described in greater detail.
Potensi Limbah Padat sebagai Benang Gintir Berbasis Sistem Interlacing Fardani, Nisa; Destiarmand, Achmad Haldani; Sriwarno, Andar Bagus
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 7, No 1 (2015)
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Solid-waste disposal in landfills is becoming a massive environmental problem as a result of the growth of the pulp and paper industry in Indonesia. The conversion of solid waste to complementary fuel for the paper industry is also not giving any significant results to solve air contamination, as active carbon is released into the atmosphere by the burning process. This particular problem demands an advanced and effective continuous waste management system. Recently, optimized waste-fiber utilization has come forward as a promising alternative to reduce the waste pile in landfills. However, not all of it can be recycled. Fibered solid waste from the tissue-paper industry tends to decrease its grammage, which unfortunately will eventually reduce its utilization after recycling. On the other hand, its chemical structure, which has already been damaged during the production process, appears to be giving inspiration for a future textile industry based on the development of fibered solid-waste recycling technology, resulting in a new generation of textile yarns. In this research, the focus is on the invention of a handbag made from fiber-waste material using experimental methods. Solid-based fiber waste characteristics identification was developed through a multi-ply yarn exploration technique based on an interlacing system. The relationship between product creation and the trend forecasting for 2013 will be our next goal as one way of solving Indonesia’s waste problem.
Narasi Reverse bagi Kemajuan Seni Lukis Hutabarat, Theo Frids; Irianto, Asmudjo J.
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 7, No 1 (2015)
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Painting was once become a medium for the development and advancement of the art world. However, after the Big Narrative being left, the practice of painting is no longer running by a particular narration or paradigm. Painting now practiced without any single paradigm, it is done by constructing a narrative of individual subject matter, and became one of the production factors in contemporary art. The progress is now found on forward movement of the painting working process or painting creation productivity (which is related to the recognition and demand for such practices). This work questioned the progress that occurs in the practice of painting nowadays, by reversing the work of three painters who were in the middle of the contemporary art production-consumption mechanism: Radi Arwinda, RE Hartanto, and JA Pramuhendra. With the approval from them, they gave their painting reversed, by whitewashing them to get back into a blank canvas. Reverse narrative present in the video that recorded the whitewashing process and then projected onto the painting that had become a blank canvas. This process can be seen as a way to achieving blank canvas that illustrates the potential fullness in painting, which is open for labor and perception projected onto them.
Incorporation And Exploration Of Local Imageries And Identities In Malaysias Graffiti Art Abdullah, Sarena; Mohamad, Norshahidan
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 7, No 1 (2015)
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The production of graffiti art in Malaysia can be traced back to the late 1990’s. Since then, graffiti art has beenembraced by local municipalities as well as the National Visual Art Gallery (NVAG) in their public programming and activities. Despite these positive developments, how the local graffiti artists infused local imageries and indentities in their work had not been examined. The parallels between graffiti art practices and the development of modern art in Malaysia, made the emergence of forms  and themes that reflect local identity in graffiti art  not a surprise, as these were also the inherent issues explored by local artists in the domain of fine arts. This paper hence, discusses the different approaches taken by Malaysia’s graffiti artists, how they incorporate and explored their visual ideas rooted in hip hop culture and the New York City Subway graffiti, with local imageries and identities. This paper will also discuss the history and background of Malaysia’s graffiti art as well as how Malaysian graffiti artists employedvarious local imageries and identity.
Design Criteria in Revitalizing Old Warehouse District on the Kalimas Riverbank Area of Surabaya City Darjosanjoto, Endang Titi Sunarti; Nugroho, Setyo; Danardi, R.Winton
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 7, No 1 (2015)
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Neglected warehouse buildings along the Kalimas River have created a poor urban façade in terms of visual quality. However the city government is planning to encourage tourism activities that take advantage of Kalimas River and its surrounding environment. If there is no good plan in accordance with the concept of local identity for old city of Surabaya, it will reduce it as a tourist attraction. In reference to the issue above, design criteria needs to be compiled for revitalizing the old warehouse district, which is expected to revive the identity of this district and be able to support the city’s tourism. This study was conducted by recording field observations, and the data was analyzed using the character appraisal method. The character appraisal analysis method is presented in the form of street picture data, which is divided into determined segments. The results show that there are five components including place attachment, sustainable urban design, green open space design, ecological riverfront design, and activity support that should be considered in the revitalization of the warehouse district. Those components are divided into two parts: building and open space at the riverbank. There are 13 design criteria for building at the riverbank, while there are 14 design criteria for open space at the riverbank. These design criteria can enrich the warehouse district’s revitalization by improving the visual quality of the urban environment.

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