Festival Club @ Bar Luna: The Banda Journal



 
28 Oct 2017 18:00 - 19:00
/ / Free
Bar Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

Comprising ten small islands that rarely appear on most maps, Banda saw some of the earliest European ventures in Asia. Photographer Muhammad Fadli and writer Fatris MF have spent three years documenting this remarkable area and the human consequences of the legendary spice trade. Join them for a guided tour of one of Indonesia’s most remote corners.

Terdiri dari sepuluh pulau kecil yang jarang muncul di sebagian besar peta, Banda melihat beberapa usaha awal Eropa di Asia. Fotografer, Muhammad Fadli dan Penulis, Fatris MF telah menghabiskan tiga tahun untuk memproduksi dokumentasi daerah yang luar biasa ini dan konsekuensi manusia dari perdagangan rempah-rempah yang legendaris. Bergabunglah dengan mereka untuk pergi keliling salah satu sudut paling terpencil di Indonesia.

Featuring

Muhammad Fadli

Muhammad Fadli is a Sumatran-born photographer based in Jakarta. He focuses on documentary, travel, and portrait photography. He divides his time between editorial assignments, commercial works, and personal projects. Muhammad …



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