Andi Waskito was born in 1995, Indonesia.
He graduated from Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta. In his Behind The Scene Series, each artwork presents an “abstraction” of a figure distorted by glass blocks. When the eye looks through the arrangement of glass blocks, we will only see the “abstraction” of the object behind it. The perception that is present will be different when we look through the glass arrangement of blocks compared to seeing directly an object. When looking through the glass beam, the image of the object appears to be blurry, distorted, damaged and tends to be unclear, but the original object behind it has not changed at all. Based on this, the way we see an object through a glass beam is felt to represent and form a metaphor for how we see and judge other individuals.

Selected exhibition:
2020 – “Refraction” solo exhibition, at Redbase Foundation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2019 – “Redefinig Chapter” group exhibition, at Redbase Foundation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
2014 – “Gelar Tekon #1” group exhibition, at Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Works