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I graduated from University of Indonesia. I done my research among the Dayak people in Kalimantan since 2002 focuses on trans-state Dayak Identity. Along with my interest in visual anthropology, I produced documentary films such as: Borderless Borneo (2003), Bisa Dewek (2007) and most recently: Lelakoné Menur. By using visual representation I want to reach wider audience of my ethnographic findings as well as applying anthropology. Being a consultant in several documentary film workshop conducted by In-Docs (Indonesian Documentary Project) is also part of my job.
Area(s) of Training
anthropology, cultural anthropology
Area(s) of Expertise
border studies (Borneo) collaborative method in visual ethnography, farmer science
Most Recent Degree
Current Area of Employment
Researcher / visual ethnographer, consultant for documentary video production