b. 1981, Jakarta
Julia Sarisetiati (Sari) is a part of ruangrupa (e. 2000, in Jakarta), an artist collective that now co-runs Gudskul—an informal educational platform for art practitioners. She herself studied photography and, as an artist, has participated in exhibitions at the Litmus Project, Seoul (2011); Element Art Space, Singapore (2012); Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2013); Jakarta Biennale, Indonesia (2013); Sapporo AIR, Japan (2014); National Gallery of Indonesia (2015); Howl Space, Taiwan (2015); Hacking Urban Reality Series, Copenhagen (2016); 11th Gwangju Biennale, Korea (2016); Mizuma Gallery, Singapore (2017). In 2017, she became a curator for the media art festival OK.Video, where she exhibited works on the theme of “pangan” (food), developing ideas into laboratory-based research projects to demonstrate and explore economic and social sustainability. Currently, as a curator, she is working towards “RETURNS: Migration Narratives in Southeast and East Asia” with the Goethe Institute.