Past Projects

Gudskul (Contemporary Art Collective and Ecosystem Studies) is a public learning space established in 2015 by three Jakarta-based art collectives: ruangrupa, Serrum, and Grafis Huru Hara (GHH). After being immersed within the realm of contemporary art for nearly twenty years, we formed an ecosystem to practice and expand the understanding of collective values—such as equality, sharing, solidarity, friendship, and togetherness.

A vital part of Gudskul’s activities is the regular one-year course. In it, participants build collective knowledge by becoming part of our ecosystem. Subjects are not taught, but developed together with the participants. Every subject therefore is different in its approach. Every day is a challenge. Every interaction is unique. Every space matters.

These are some achievements that PSSDuren have achieved in the past year, more to be added in the future.

August 9, 2020

Audio Guides for National History Museum

“RA Kartini, 1879-1904” by Lilu Herlambang A transcript from “Audioguides for National History Museum (Museum Sejarah Nasional), Monas, Jakarta”, a project coordinated by Grace Samboh and […]
August 9, 2020

Praktik Spasial | E-Flux

Praktik Spasial, Gudskul. as published in E-Flux Original post here. Space, in our understanding, is a constant work-in-progress. It will never be perfect. Through a subject […]
August 9, 2020

Talking About Dhaka and the Summit

Talking about Dhaka and the Summit. by Lilu Herlambang Dhaka Art Summit 2020 was probably one of the last (and biggest) art summit in the world […]