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John Wood and Paul Harrison, installation view from ‘I DIDN’T KNOW I DIDN’T KNOW IT’, Contemporary Art Gallery, February 12 – April 24, 2016. Photography by SITE Photography


Diyan Achjadi

Working versions of the NonSerie wallpaper, 2017 Digital files

Installation view, Harbourfront Gallery Dwell curated by Robyn Wilcox and Melanie Egan 2017 Photo by Harbourfront Centre / Brian Medina

Working versions of the NonSerie wallpaper, 2017 Digital files

Photos taken at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, 2013. Captions are from the museum.

Photos taken at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, 2013. Captions are from the museum.

Photos taken at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, 2013. Captions are from the museum.

Detail of a batik cloth, artist unknown, taken in a store in Trusmi in 2017

Screen shot of an image shirt for batik megamendung. Megamendung is the name for the cloud pattern that is iconic to Cirebon

Detail of a batik cloth, artist unknown, taken in a store in Trusmi in 2017

Kesepuhan Palace, Cirebon, 2017 Palace built ca 1447

Kesepuhan Palace, Cirebon, 2017 Palace built ca 1447

Jempana Chariot / cart The caption at the museum there says: Chariot for the queen (wife of the sultan), made in the year 1428 in the Christian calendar at the orders of Prince Losari

Jempana Chariot / cart The caption at the museum there says: Chariot for the queen (wife of the sultan), made in the year 1428 in the Christian calendar at the orders of Prince Losari

Jempana Chariot / cart The caption at the museum there says: Chariot for the queen (wife of the sultan), made in the year 1428 in the Christian calendar at the orders of Prince Losari

Jempana Chariot / cart The caption at the museum there says: Chariot for the queen (wife of the sultan), made in the year 1428 in the Christian calendar at the orders of Prince Losari

Animals of Java, 1596 Dieren van Java, 1596 Elephant, rhinoceros, crocodile, turtle and porcupine. Printing of the refurbished plates for the original illustrations in the travel report of the First Shipyard by Cornelis de Houtman to the East Indies in 1595-1597. No. 32. print maker: anonymous Northern Netherlands, 1597 – 1598 and/or 1646

Cockfight on Java, 1596 Hanengevecht op Java, 1596 Behind it a civet cat, on the right a group of Javanese. Printing of the refurbished plates for the original illustrations in the travel report of the First Shipyard by Cornelis de Houtman to the East Indies in 1595-1597. No. 33B. print maker: anonymous Northern Netherlands, 1597 – 1598 and/or 1646

Animals of Java, 1596 Dieren van Java, 1596 Kasuari, Salamander, and other animals. In the background the four ships of the expedition. Printing of the refurbished plates for the original illustrations in the travel report of the First Shipyard by Cornelis de Houtman to the East Indies in 1595-1597. No. 33A. print maker: anonymous Northern Netherlands, 1597 – 1598 and/or 1646

Fruit trees and herbs on Java, 1596 Fruitbomen en kruiden op Java, 1596 Fruit trees and herbs on Java, 1596. Four types of palms and pineapple. Does not belong to the original illustrations in the travel report of the First Shipyard by Cornelis de Houtman to the East Indies in 1595-1597 (?). No. 36C. Northern Netherlands, 1646

Allegory of East Indies Contemporary history of Siam, Kamboja, Kochinchina (…) VIIth part (title on object) Title page for: Thomas Salmon, Contemporary history or The continuation of General history, 1772 Allegorie op Oost-Indië Hedendaagsche historie van Siam, Kamboja, Kochinchina (…) VIIde deel (title on object) Titelpagina voor: Thomas Salmon, Hedendaagsche historie of Het vervolg van de Algemeene historie, 1772 Exotic landscape with exotic animals and people in traditional clothes representing the East Indian peoples. A putto holds a map of the area. The title in Dutch on a pedestal. print maker: Jan Caspar Philips (mentioned on object) publisher: weduwe Gerrit de Groot en Zoon (mentioned on object) publisher: Petrus Schouten (mentioned on object) publisher: Pieter van der Eyk (mentioned on object) publisher: Daniel Vijgh (mentioned on object)

Gezicht op de stad Bantam / View of the City of Bantam (Banten) Pieter Serwouters, after Pieter Sibrantsz, 1614 – 1622 print maker: Pieter Serwouters (mentioned on object) intermediary draughtsman: Pieter Sibrantsz (mentioned on object) publisher: Dirck Pietersz. Voscuyl (mentioned on object) Amsterdam, 1614 – 1622

Gezicht op de pagode-achtige moskee van Japara / View of the Pagoda-like Mosque of Japara print maker: Coenraet Decker (mentioned on object) publisher: Jacob van Meurs publisher: Joannes van Someren Amsterdam, 1676

Landscape with Mango tree, Cocoanut and Palm tree Fruits of the Island of Java, etc / Trees of the Indies The East and West Indies and other places Landschappen met mangobomen, kokos- en palmbomen Fruits de l’ile de Java, etc / Arbres des Indes (title on object) Les Indes Orientales et Occidentales et autres lieux (series title) print maker: Romeyn de Hooghe publisher: Pieter van der Aa (I) (mentioned on object) Leiden, 1682 – 1733

Top, left to right Andre Thevet, 1575 Francis Barlow, 1684 Pierre Pomet, 1694 Middle Abraham de Bruyn, 1578 Bottom, left to right Adrian Collaert, 1612 Artist unknown, 1596 Johannes Pontan, 1611

Top, left to right Artist unknown, 1794 Giovanni Giacomo Penni, 1515 Hans Burgkmair, 1515 Konrad Gessner, 1551 Middle, left to right Albrecht Durer, 1515 Albrect Durer, 1515 Artist unknown, 1515 Sebastian Muster, 1545 Bottom, left to right Enea Vico, 1548 Nicolaes de Bruyn Adriaan de Collaert, (1560-1618)

Home Invasion (Stance) Embroidery on antique handkerchief 11.5” x 11.5” 1999

Home Invasion (Curfew) Embroidery and photocopy transfer on antique handkerchief 10” x 10” 1999

Java Toile (Roedde House Redux) Foliage (Dining Room) 34.5” H x 36” W 2018 Toner print on Tyvek, glue, wood, metal

Java Toile (Roedde House Redux) Master (Master Bedroom) 68” H x 39.625” W 2018 Toner print on Tyvek, glue, wood, metal

Java Toile (Roedde House Redux) Delicate (Girl’s Bedroom) 46.5” H x 33.75” W 2018 Toner print on Tyvek, glue, wood, metal