About The Artist
Indonesian artist Arum Dayu (b. 1984) began her creative career as a photojournalist for Kompas. She was educated at Sebelas Maret University and Ateneo de Manila University, and recently completed her MFA at Institut Teknologi Bandung. She is part of the Bandung-based artists’ collective and art space, Omnispace. Past exhibitions include the Jogja Biennale (2020); “#Perempuan” (Space 28 VCA, Melbourne, 2018); “Identity Crisis: Reflection on Public and Private Life in Contemporary Javanese Photography” (Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, New York, 2017). She also participated in residences at the Jatiwangi Art Factory, and at Cemeti, Yogyakarta.