Known for its deft blend of good tunes, great drinks and comfort food, Offtrack is fast becoming one of our favourite hang-out joints. Now, they’re putting on their first art showcase titled Approachable by Indonesian collective, Krack! Studio. Together with local curatorial body MAMA MAGNET, it will launch with a listening party featuring DJ Dean Chew this April 30. Visitors will also be able to sip on a specially curated cocktail available throughout the showcase.
Krack! comprises Indonesian artists Prihatmoko Moki, Rudi (Lampung) Hermawan, Sukma Smita, Fachriza Ansyari, Rjo Rahardjo and Australian artist Malcolm Smith, who collaboratively produce and exhibit print-based works that poke fun at socio-political developments and cultural debates happening in Indonesia. For this event, Krack! pushes the theme of everyday encounters. The artworks are self-aware manuals for navigating life and feature the universal language of memes and logic. The exhibition aims to bring together cultures from different regions through art in social spaces.
Approachable takes place from April 30 to May 28 at Offtrack.