Solo Exhibitions

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  • Asylum | Suaka

    St John the Baptist Church, Hove, UK

    Brighton Festival

    6 – 29 May 2011
    Siregar’s second solo show in the UK explores the relationship between emotional turmoil and the tranquility that sanctuaries, or places of asylum, can offer.
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  • Territories

    Grey Area Gallery,

    Brighton, UK

    10-25 April 2010
    Siregar's first UK solo exhibition addresses the construction of identity, investigating the shifting relationship between others and oneself.
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  • Homecoming

    Tondi Gallery

    Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia

    12 August - 12 September 2006
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  • All Eyes on the Centre

    Minahasa House

    Tobelo, North Halmahera, North Maluku, Indonesia

    25-31 December 2005
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  • Weather, Tragedy, Life

    Bentara Budaya Jakarta Gallery

    Jakarta, Indonesia

    3rd - 12th December 2004
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  • Let Me Talk About...

    Galeri Cipta 2, Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM)

    Jakarta, Indonesia

    14-24 February 2003
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  • Jakarta Tree

    Tenda Semanggi Complex

    Jakarta, Indonesia

    9-31 June 2001
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Collaborations

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  • Perempuan

    with Tita Rubi

    Galeri Tondi, Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia

    2nd – 29th February 2008
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  • Contradictions

    with Betty Huwae

    Galeri Wayang, Jakarta, Indonesia

    5 May - 5 June 2000
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Group Exhibitions

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  • Six House

    Christmas Open Houses

    Brighton, UK

    November-December 2009
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Other Work

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  • Civilised

    Video
    4 August 2011
    'Civilised' addresses the issue of cultural concepts in the UK and Indonesia with their respective ideas around the etiquette of eating.
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