Kurikukul Berbasis Tontonan

Kurikulum Berbasis Tontonan

This projects presented at 100 Tahun Taman Siswa, Museum Kebangkitan Nasional

This Art Project invites community members to use online channels as a source of independent learning. This art project tries to collect various information on the internet (based on spectacle) and is formulated into a simple curriculum that is personalized according to his interests and talents, as Ki Hajar Dewantara views "LEARNING BASED ON THE INTEREST AND WILL OF STUDENTS". How every human being is able to develop a curriculum for his own needs, because until today we are learners.

Link Kurikulum Berbasis Tontonan

Rumah Guru

Rumah Guru

This projects presented at Ekstrakurikulab Festival


Collaboration with Yayasan Pasir Putih

Rumah Guru (Teacher's house) is a portal that involves creative teachers who have a method or medium of instruction with an interesting approach to be publicly disseminated widely, making it a reference for other teachers.

Kurikulab Masuk Desa

Kurikulab Masuk Desa

This projects presented at Ekstrakurikulab Festival


Collaboration with Jatiwangi Art Factory

Comic Created by Amy Simonyetbali

This project plans and implements a study model that values and highlights locality for students of particular region. This project is designed performance art as a learning approach, particularly with focus on socio drama. Performance art is considered to be an active, collaborative and inclusive activity for different groups of people. At the Ekstrakurikulab Festival, we will show the design of curriculum and learning equipment for subject Muatan Lokal Tanah. The learning equipment includes a syllabus and comic-shaped modules prepared by Serrum’s collaboration work with teachers and the principal of SDN Jatisura 01. Presentation of this project will also show all the data and artifacts of Serrum’s research in order to explore local treasure in Jatiwangi. Such as the transcribe of interview with local residents, field notes, reference books used, photos of activities,and documentation video of discussion between Serrum and SDN Jatisura 01 in order to construct subject Muatan Lokal Tanah. 

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Student Comic Sheet

Sejarah Idaman

Sejarah Idaman

Sejarah Idaman


This work has been exhibited at the Desas Desus Proklamasi (Proclamation Rumors exhibition), Proclamation Manuscript Museum, Curated Rifandi Nugroho and Bangkit Mandela

Serrum: 

Moch Hasrul

Wacil Wahyudi

Berkolaborasi dengan M. Zulkarnain & M. Nico Abdullah Nasir

Ervan

Photos courtesy Amalia Fadilla & Opang Darmawan

In 2015, at the Biennale Jogja, Serrum exhibited the work of Pasar Ilmu (Knowledge Market). The Knowledge Market was initially an experimental module designed by Serrum, emphasizing learning interactions based on the principles of supply and demand. Experiments were carried out by conducting interviews with people from various professional backgrounds.
"What do you need to learn?"

"If you were given the opportunity to share your knowledge/expertise, what would you share?"

These two questions become the trigger which is then mapped and translated into a curriculum. This supply and demand-based curriculum can be a more effective way to connect people's interest in knowledge exchange.

In its development, the Knowledge Market is more fluid and uses space and time to encourage exchanging knowledge between two or more people. By inviting two people together at random, the negotiation process becomes more open and direct. The knowledge market is exhibited in several exhibitions, one of which is the 2017 Asian Art Biennale.

  • FGD with Diponegoro High School students, historians and history teachers
  • FGD Review module with AGSI (Association of Indonesian History Teachers)

Kurikulab : Moving Class

Kurikulab : Moving Class

Kurikulab : Moving Class


Saturday, October 30, 2021 — Sunday, February 27, 2022 10:00 — 19:00


Photos courtesy : YCAM

Press Release
The Covid-19 pandemic is a challenge for various aspects of our lives today. We need to adapt to many things, such as in the world of education. Classrooms in schools are moving from physical to virtual and learning tools are becoming online-based. Likewise the art world, exhibitions are held in virtual spaces and discussions are held online. Collective and collaborative art practices that need to interact with many people also need to adapt, what is the formula for carrying out these practices in the midst of the current pandemic and even in the future when psychology and human behavior have undergone changes due to the pandemic?
 
Serrum's work is basically based on research on education, although sometimes Serrum does not raise the issue of education, but Serrum always uses an educative method, by exploring, producing and distributing knowledge which in the process requires interaction, participation and collaboration with many people from various elements and backgrounds. . Through this process, the collective presence of Serrum is enough to affect the sustainability of the project or work. When the Covid-19 pandemic made this practice very limited and even difficult to do.

The educational method in Serrum's practice has technical guidelines that can be formulated in the form of modules to be used independently and can be used together. The module functions as an open reference, so it can be adapted to various contexts and developed according to relevance. As in the Science Market work where equality in the exchange of knowledge is a universal notion, the practice can be found similar in various regional and cultural contexts. Likewise, the Ideal School, which tries to accommodate students' imaginations about the ideal school for the students themselves. Imagination and students as subjects are important points in formal learning in schools.

At this Curriculum Moving Class exhibition, the module has been the most effective way so far to answer the challenges of Serrum's practice in the midst of a pandemic. Modules can be run by anyone, can be adapted to local contexts, and can be continuously shared, adapted and distributed. In a pandemic situation for almost two years, the knowledge market has also been conducted online using a virtual meeting platform. The pandemic can be a moment for us to interpret today's media, such as how to form an equivalent digital transformation.

The Moving Class Curriculum is a mobile learning space that can be done independently or collectively and can be mobilized as needed. Learning space in the sense of an inclusive knowledge meeting point. Moving in the sense of an active and progressive space. The class is imagined not only attached to the instruments that are present in the room and learning tools provided, the class can move more progressively to potential and sustainable knowledge meeting rooms.

Sekolah Idaman

Sekolah Idaman

Sekolah Idaman


This project has been implemented and presented in several places, including

In 2015, at the Biennale Jogja, Serrum exhibited the work of Pasar Ilmu (Knowledge Market). The Knowledge Market was initially an experimental module designed by Serrum, emphasizing learning interactions based on the principles of supply and demand. Experiments were carried out by conducting interviews with people from various professional backgrounds.
"What do you need to learn?"

"If you were given the opportunity to share your knowledge/expertise, what would you share?"

These two questions become the trigger which is then mapped and translated into a curriculum. This supply and demand-based curriculum can be a more effective way to connect people's interest in knowledge exchange.

In its development, the Knowledge Market is more fluid and uses space and time to encourage exchanging knowledge between two or more people. By inviting two people together at random, the negotiation process becomes more open and direct. The knowledge market is exhibited in several exhibitions, one of which is the 2017 Asian Art Biennale.

Pasar Ilmu

Pasar Ilmu

Pasar Ilmu (Knowledge Market)


This project has been implemented and presented in several places, including

In 2015, at the Biennale Jogja, Serrum exhibited the work of Pasar Ilmu (Knowledge Market). The Knowledge Market was initially an experimental module designed by Serrum, emphasizing learning interactions based on the principles of supply and demand. Experiments were carried out by conducting interviews with people from various professional backgrounds.
"What do you need to learn?"

"If you were given the opportunity to share your knowledge/expertise, what would you share?"

These two questions become the trigger which is then mapped and translated into a curriculum. This supply and demand-based curriculum can be a more effective way to connect people's interest in knowledge exchange.

In its development, the Knowledge Market is more fluid and uses space and time to encourage exchanging knowledge between two or more people. By inviting two people together at random, the negotiation process becomes more open and direct. The knowledge market is exhibited in several exhibitions, one of which is the 2017 Asian Art Biennale.

Rupamatika

Rupamatika

This work presented at Serrum Gallery 2014 & KurikuLab 2014

Rupamatika is a project that combines the Mathematics curriculum with the application of fine arts which results in a more "asoy" method in learning mathematics. It was first initiated by MG Pringgotono and Oktiza together with ESOA (Erudio School of Art) and Serrum schools. This method has been applied at ESOA since 2013.

KurikuLab

  • Galeri Cipta 2-Ismail Marzuki Park, Jakarta Indonesia
  • 16-30 Oktober 2014

Artist 

Serrum

Kurator

MG. Pringgotono

Angga Wijaya

M. Sigit Budi S.

Writers

Rianto Anarki

Farid Rakun

Collaborator (all invitation & artists)

Experiment Class Oktiza Devina S.Pd.

Showcase Eko S. Bimantara, Adek Marhaenika, JJ. Adibrata, Jehan Syauqi, Wawan Setiawan, Angga Cipta, Robo Wobo, Jadi Terus, HAHA-HIHI, Wacil Wahyudi, Gunawan Wibisono, Riana Linda, Eko S. Bimantara, Ludzfi Sabdakir, ESOA, M. Sigit Budi S, Sigit Wijaya, JAF.

Drawing Class Adek Marhaenika, Ika Setyaningsih, Eko S. Bimantara, Arief Widiarso, Martiana, Jeany Febriwayani, Wacil Wahyudi

Rec. Ayo Rec.

Arief Rachman, M. Hasrul Indrabakti             

Mural Arief Atto, Robowobo

Rumus JJ Adibrata

Video M. Hasrul Indrabakti, Daniel Ferryansyah, Haviz Maha

Projection Installation Oshan Nurisa, Amak Suramak, Arif Coy

Design dan Publication Angga Cipta

Information & Social Media Gunawan Wibisono, Sigit Wijaya

Administration Deti Hapsari, Wulan Anggraeini

Transportation Holik

Exhibition Room Installation  Amak Suramak, Arif Coy, Oshan Nurisa, Winanda Suciyadi, Sodik Aldiano

Spesial Assistant Ramon, Sodik Aldiano


n 2014, when Serum was for first solo exhibition as a collective and the title is KurikuLab. The main work in this exhibition is not the usual work ready to be displayed in the gallery.  Featured works through the first stages of the process.  The showroom responded with building an event, which is used as a laboratory—a place to carry out the process of forming the work that will be exhibited.  This laboratory is the place where Serrum works collaboratively with interdisciplinary practitioners to discuss issues of education issues more broadly, emerging narratives

in education such as methods, systems, goals, etc dialogue that can be shared from multiple points of view. This laboratory seeks to create experiments artistic in uncovering other possibilities regarding education.

The Laboratory process was carried out for four meetings.  On the first day, the laboratory is used as an experimental class "Rupamatics", by combining mathematics teaching materials with fine arts.  
FGD 1 collaboration was carried out with creative teachers from various formal and non-formal schools, with discussions "teaching in a different way".  
FGD 2 collaboration was carried out with
school administrators from various educational backgrounds, with the discussion of "schools: ways and goals".  
FGD 3 collaborate with interdisciplinary practitioners who have various focuses on educational context, with a discussion of “systems and policies” central vs local initiatives”.  After the laboratory process is complete, various discussions, ideas, statements and questions become works to be presented in the form of an art exhibition. The exhibition will feature artifacts and footage of what happened during the laboratory process such as videos, photos, scribbled text, and images.

The Laboratory process was carried out for four meetings.  On the first day, the laboratory is used as an experimental class "Rupamatica", by combining mathematics teaching materials with fine arts.  

  • FGD 1 collaboration was carried out with creative teachers from various formal and non-formal schools, with discussions "teaching in a different way".  

  • FGD 2 collaboration was carried out with school administrators from various educational backgrounds, with the discussion of "schools: ways and goals".  

  • FGD 3 collaborate with interdisciplinary practitioners who have various focuses on educational context, with a discussion of “systems and policies” central vs local initiatives”.  

After the laboratory process is complete, various discussions, ideas, statements and questions become works to be presented in the form of an art exhibition. The exhibition will feature artifacts and footage of what happened during the laboratory process such as videos, photos, scribbled text, and images.

FGD 1 “Teaching in a different way”  

17 October 2014

Sapto Budimayo (Guru Senirupa), Aditya Nugraha (Guru Private), drh. Darwono (Guru

Biologi), Ilham Wahyudin (Guru Fisika), Agus Sampurno (gurukreatif.wordpress.com), Cintra Afridiyana (Guru Kimia), Ramah Handoko (Creative Teacher)

FGD 2 School: Between Method and Purpose

18 October 2014

Marda Hardinggarjati (ESOA), Yuli Prasetyo (Kepala Sekolah ABK Talenta), Deni Rodendo

(Kepala Bimbel Villa Merah), Sono (Wakil KepalaSMA 93), Bandung Mawardi (pemerhati

pendidikan, penulis), Wendie Razif  Soetikno  (SMA Regina Pacis), Lestia Primayanti (Kepala Sekolah Kembang)

FGD 2 School: Between Method and Purpose

19 October 2014

Jimmy F. Paat (Education Critic), Sahat Farida Berlian (DPRD, Depok Commission D), Ibe Karyanto (Studio Anak Akar), MoniKa Irayati (ESOA), Dr. Hilmar Farid (historian, activist, teacher), Syafiatudina (Researcher, KUNCI Cultural Studies Center), Rahman Seblat (Rumah Tanpa Jendela), Aprina Murwanti (Lecturer of UNJ).