SPIN is a network of Indonesian cultural activists that promotes interdisciplinary collaborations founded on arts, scholarship, and activism to explore new spaces for social, political, and intellectual intervention. The current goal of SPIN‘s cultural activism is to engage in the processes of writing, framing, and archiving post-1998 cultural practices in Indonesia while seeking dialogues and exchanges with scholars, artists, and activists in the transnational sphere.
Articles on SPIN:
Intan Paramaditha, “Praktik Kultural Anak Muda: Narasi 1998 dan Eksperimen.” Prisma, Vol. 30, no. 2, 2011, 83-88.
Ugoran Prasad, “Notes from the 2009 Symposium on Performance in Indonesia.” in Barbara Hatley, ed. Performing Contemporary Indonesia: Celebrating Identity, Constructing Community. Leiden: Brill, 2015, 237-252.