Femspec special feature

Interview with Kartika Affandi Koberl: A Contemporary Indonesian Woman Challenging Gender through Speculative Imagery By Batya Weinbaum, Li Weinbaum, and Daniel Hill Batya and Li Weinbaum, and Daniel Hill talk with Kartika Affandi Koberl, an Indonesian painter and sculptor. This interesting and creative woman serves as a role model for aspiring women artists, especially those in and around Indonesia. Kartika made a shocking sculpture of colorful penises, in which each has a symbolic face or head on it. This potentially controversial yet interesting artwork appears on the cover of the 10.2 issue of Femspec and listed below.


Kartika Affandi Koberl’s sculpture and paintings

Katika Affandi Koberi sculpture
Sculpture, fiberglass
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by Kartika Affandi Koberl
(FS Issue 10.2)
Katika Painting
Acrylic on canvas
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by Kartika Affandi Koberl
(FS Issue 10.2)
Katika Paintings
Acrylic on canvas
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by Kartika Affandi Koberl
(FS Issue 10.2)