Cyber-Industrialization

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Lokus

Lokus

Giclée: Lokus

Giclée: Lokus

“… The spark plug for making any major change lay in the individual’s attitude as both the consumer and producer…” —Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya

Cushion Cover: Lokus

Cushion Cover: Lokus

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“…Consumer consciousness for higher quality, eco-friendly raw materials, better waste management, and a fair work paradigm would incubate manufacturers who in turn create sustainable products and systems. This realization prompted me to be an ethical consumer…” —Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya

Tea Towel: Lokus

Tea Towel: Lokus

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“…Cyber-Industrialization revamped courier services through the use of online applications which integrated payment, delivery, and order tracking. These applications became so friendly, reliable, and convenient that they lured me to order food online…”  —Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya

Asimilasi

Asimilasi

Tea Towel: Asimilasi

Tea Towel: Asimilasi

“…Global assimilation between the West and the East presented a social phenomenon, and it would be dumb to ignore it. Like the intersection of sets in mathematics, global assimilation generates brand new traits in culture and commerce…” —Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya

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I believed that these communal traditions had to be preserved. Global assimilation did not have to eliminate these traditions, as many could still suit developing generations—Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya

Giclée: Asimilasi

Giclée: Asimilasi

“…Many of these carts settled in certain posts, and converted into a ‘warung’ or traditional cafe. In the morning, afternoon, or at night time, these strolling carts served as both cultural and social facilities for the community…” —Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya

Tea Towel: Asimilasi

Tea Towel: Asimilasi

“… Nowadays in warungs and strolling carts, fresh black coffee without sugar had been substituted with instant coffee sachets filled with artificial ingredients…” —Excerpt from Surat 2, by Melissa Sunjaya


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