The interactive exhibition, brings together twelve perspectives on how to design a more sustainable life in Bandung.
Kota Kita Nanti brings together local actors from the fields of art, design, environment, social sciences and technology to share their expertise in shaping current and future challenges. What can we bring to the table to design sustainable daily practices in our cities? How can we mediate these sustainable public design and urban practices from multiple perspectives to inspire a broader public?
Kota Kita Nanti project exhibition presents a glimpse of the process and results of the project. It launches with a soft opening for the public on November 6 at 4 p.m. at The Hallway Space, Pasar Kosambi Lt. 2. The visitors actively shape the exhibition, answer questions about the future of their urban space and spin the network further. Exhibition tours will be held every Thursday and Saturday at 4 p.m., available without prior registration. The exhibition will run through November 27, 2021.
Please follow health protocols, wear a mask at all times, and comply with the rules in place in The Hallway Space.
Kota Kita Nanti is a collaboration between Goethe-Institut Bandung, Keni Soeriaatmadja and Artati Sirman, Bandung Design Biennale and POT Branding House as well as twelve interactive booklet contributors: Arekha Bentangan, Emeraldi Paramaeswara, Febryan Tricahyo, Gadis Prameswari, Grace Sahertian, Mei Suling, Misha Ahmad Azizia, Ratna Ayu Budhiarti , Reyza Ramadhan, R. Yuki Agriardi, Tarlen Handayani, and Yanuar P.F. With an exhibition, a workshop series and a publication in November and December 2021, Kota Kita Nanti brings together twelve perspectives on how to design a more sustainable life in Bandung.