Arief Budiman, Harun Rumbarar & Max Binur
Arief Budiman is an artist born in Depok who is currently working in Yogyakarta. Graduated from the Faculty of Film and Television from ISI Yogyakarta, he utilizes moving images as one of the main mediums in his work. Several themes often encountered in his works are lifestyle or people’s behavior, the influence of the internet, and also politics. In recent years, he used archived footage as a source of information and speculated on past events in an artistic way. Currently, he is a member of two collectives active in both fine art and film scenes, namely MES 56, and Piring Tirbing.
Harun Rumbarar (born in Keerom, Papua New Guinea border) is an activist and filmmaker working in Papuan Voices community. He works with audio visual to advocate various problems in Papua. Harun has produces a few film: “Truck Monce” (2017), “Justice For Murdered Children” (2018), “Cerita Sukses Perjuangan Masyarakat Adat Suku MOI”, “Rasisme dan Internet Down” di acara SAFEnet (2020) and “Perempuan Penjaga Dusun” (2021).
Max Binur (born in Biak, West Papua) is a cultural practitioner, with an education background on Anthropology. He is the founder of various art and culture community based in Papua: musical group Black Paradise, Belantara Papua, Bengkel Budaya, Sanggar Araima, Kumeser, Faduru, Papuan Voices and more. Max had worked as Region Executive WALHI Papua, working in ELSHAM Papua, part of Yayasan Lingkungan Hidup Papua dan the chief of Papuan Voices.