Born in 1966. Studied film technology in Germany after graduating from the Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. Currently, lives and works in Germany.
［Residence］ Sep 25, 2003〜Dec 22, 2003
Hanura Hosea made a puppet animation using about forty puppets made by art university students and local people. Local musicians worked on putting various sounds into his drawing animation. He also did his workshop of Indonesian traditional culture for elementary students. Through a wide range of activities, he deepened exchange with the local people. Moreover, he made a painting for a poster of “Focus on Asia 2004 – Fukuoka International Film Festival”.
Arrived in Fukuoka.
Had a discussion about plans of activities during his residency.
Explained what he was going to do during his residency to the volunteer staff.
Had a discussion about his workshop in the Muromi Elementary School.
Looked around the Hakata Toumyou - Lantern Arts Festival.
Visited the Kyushu Visual Arts College, Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka University of Education and School of Design, Kyusyu University.
Students and local people participated in his workshop to make puppets for the animation.
Visited the com+ in Daimyo to see video arts of Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Visited San-gousouko (Studio & Exhibition Space).
Visited the Modern Art Bank Wald.
Discussed about poster making for “Focus on Asia 2004 – Fukuoka International Film Festival” with the film festival staff.
Held his workshop of Indonesian picture-story show “Wayang Beber” for three classes of fourth grade students in the Muromi Elementary School.
Accompanied FAAM’s volunteer’s study tour to the Akiyoshidai International Art Village and Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media.
Shot the forty completed puppets to make his puppet animation.
December 7 and 10
Made recordings of sounds by the local musicians for his animation “The Corridor” in the AJIBI Hall.
Held “Winds of Artist in Residence 2003 Part 2” exhibition in the Artists’ Gallery of FAAM and presented a gallery talk. Also, held an impromptu live concert by the local musicians for his animation “The Corridor" in the AJIBI Hall. (62 audience / performance : Tonchi Pickles,Fukami Aya, prima materia)