Marmar Herayukti


Country: Indonesia

Bali-born sculpture and installation artist Marmar Herayukti initiated the Ogoh-ogoh without Styrofoam movement to encourage a return to traditional weaving. As a traditional ogoh-ogoh architect, Marmar never stops innovating. Three of his works (Taru Pule, Paksi Ireng, and Sang Maungpati) reflect the journey of learning in his life.

Seniman instalasi dan patung kelahiran Bali, Marmar Herayukti, memprakarsai gerakan Ogoh-ogoh tanpa Styrofoam untuk mendorong kembali ke anyaman tradisional. Sebagai seorang arsitek tradisional ogoh-ogoh, Marmar tidak pernah berhenti berinovasi. Tida dari karyanya (Taru Pule, Paksi Ireng dan Sang Maungpati) mencerminkan perjalanan belajar dalam hidupnya.

Appearing in

Main Program | Bali’s Art Activists

The work of the island’s local contemporary artists and writers provides a window into Bali beyond the beaches and swaying palms. Meet a young writer and literacy activist fostering a …


Private: Children & Youth | Eco-Friendly Ogoh-Ogoh

Let’s make an ogoh-ogoh with Marmar! Marmar is a traditional Balinese architect and is leading the movement for eco-friendly ogoh-ogoh. Learn about basic bamboo weaving and using recycled paper to …