Samuel Indratma’s “Karma Phala” to exhibit at Ubud Writer’s and Reader’s Fest

Meet the mastermind behind the Ubud Writer’s and Reader’s festival artwork; Samuel Indratma.
Having featured in solo exhibitions in Singapore and Melbourne, Samuel Indratma translates this year’s festival theme of karma through his art exhibition which will be hosted at Casa Luna Ubud.
The renowned community visual artist hails from Indonesia’s art capital of Yogyakarta, where he stands out as one of the founders of the prominent public art collective of “Apotik Komik” alongside co-founding the Jogjakarta Mural forum in 2005.
The exhibition is open and free for the public, launching from the 24th October – 24th November.
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