Life is measured in moments, and that’s how Sandi spends most of his days - capturing those odd-hour moments.

Life is measured in moments. Who else is more suited to tell us about it than someone who captures moments for a living? As a “moment junkie”, Sandi Jaya Saputra spends most of his days capturing the numerous instances happening around him, turning it into the eternal form of photograph.

About the speaker

Born 1985 in Garut, Indonesia. He’s an alumnus of Universitas Padjadjaran Communication Science Majoring Journalism and Postgraduate of Institut Teknologi Bandung Faculty of Fine Art, Bandung, Indonesia. In 2014 he enrolled as an photography lecturer in Universitas Padjadjaran and an assistant of photography laboratory.

Journalism brought me to the world of the fine art. My fascination of art set off when I frequently read about philosophy literature to enrich my visual and literary insights. I supposed that photography today has to be seen democratically. Not to be merely limited on the genre dichotomy which leads to the fetish-ing to some particular genre. The boundaries of conventional photography material had been eradicated. Sharp data analysis becomes the main ingredient of my works, as well as how one simple data can be much more interesting to be questioned to.

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