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ISSN (Print) 0858-1975 - ISSN (Online) 2586-8721
Published by SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Management Model for Archaeological Site of Kota Lama Gorontalo, Indonesia

    • Authors: irfanuddin Wahid Marzuki, Kristiawan Kristiawan, Vivi Sandra Sari, Ujon Sujana, Nurachman Iriyanto, Ajeng Wulandari, Yohanes P Erick A, Putra Kamajaya, Rosyid A Azhar
      Abstract: Kota Lama Gorontalo has historical values for Gorontalo people. This area is under the serious condition as the development of the city in Gorontalo does not put the old city preservation into consideration. This research answered the question of how the management model can be best applied to the Kota Lama Gorontalo so that it will remain useful not only for the owners of the buildings in the old city, but also for the government, and for all Gorontalo people.  The method of this research was descriptive explorative which described the research objects using factual facts in addition to elaborating the management potentials of the Kota Lama Gorontalo. The research stages included data collection, analysis, and data interpretation resulting in a conclusion. The research proves that the Kota Lama Gorontalo has important historical, scientific, and cultural values which make it worth conserving.  Historic Urban Landscape (HUL)  is the management model that this research recommends. HUL is to manage the historical city landscape and able to elaborate a unification process among cultural values, nature, and time. HUL approach combines social participation with the government. The main approach of HUL covers knowledge and planning, community engagement, regulatory system, and financial tools. The HUL management model will be successfully implemented if it is supported by integrated environmental studies, sustainable community role, and important value collaboration.
      Issue No: Vol. 6
       
  • The The Distribution Pattern of Office Buildings in the City of Bandung in
           the Colonial Era of the Dutch East Indies and an Overview of the
           Geological Conditions

    • Authors: Satrio Satrio
      Abstract: Geologically, the city of Bandung is built on a former large lake known as the Ancient Bandung Lake and when the water recedes it forms a topography in the form of a basin known as the Bandung Basin. The interesting thing is that when the Dutch East Indies Colonial government built Jalan Raya Pos and office buildings they tended to choose the northern part of the basin over the southern part. This study aims to determine the pattern of distribution of office buildings along Jalan Raya Pos during the Dutch East Indies Colonial era and a review of geological factor that influence it. This research was conducted by studying the distribution pattern of the building through the nearest neighbor analysis method and its location from Jalan Raya Pos and the geological map of the Bandung Basin. The results of this study show that office buildings built during the Dutch East Indies Colonial were dominantly concentrated in the northern part of Jalan Raya Pos which were randomly distributed, located on the northern part of the Bandung Basin with an altitude between 704 – 725 meter above sea level (masl), dry plains, and stable soil conditions with topography relatively flat. Meanwhile to the southern part, the topography continues to decline until the bottom of the Basin which has an average elevation of 600 masl. The main rocks on the northern part of the Bandung Basin are volcanic products, while the southern part is lake deposits, so that the soil surface in the southern part has a wetter and unstable condition because the constituent rocks are clay. This also has implications for the available groundwater potential, in the northern part relatively having groundwater with much better quantity and quality than the southern part. This condition made the Dutch East Indies Colonial government prefer the north side of Jalan Raya Pos and the norther part of the Bandung Basin in constructing office buildings which are randomly distributed more in the north of Jalan Raya Pos, which is 87%, while in the south 13% in the period from 1810 – 1940.
      Issue No: Vol. 6
       
  • Experimental Iron Process Based on The Montalat Iron Sites in Central
           Kalimantan – Indonesia

    • Authors: Harry Octavianus Sofian, Hartatik Hartatik, Sunarningsih Sunarningsih, Nugroho Nur Susanto, Gauri Vidya Dhaneswara, Restu Budi Sulistyo, Agus Karyanantio
      Abstract: This article is based on an experimental iron furnace from archaeological sites in Central Kalimantan - Indonesia. The iron furnace replicated the original iron furnaces found in the Benangin and Temelalo sites. From the experiment we can answer a couple questions about the iron process. The results show the ancient people of Kalimantan were able to made iron from raw materials and process it as a tool.
      Issue No: Vol. 6
       
  • When in Stellis

    • Authors: Kevin Michael De Guzman
      Abstract: Abstract:             Two novel ideas in contemporary archaeology were utilised in this study: (1) auto-archaeology, method of employing archaeological analysis on one's own objects, and; (2) archaeogaming, which treats digitally-constructed objects as artifacts (Reindhard, 2018). Coagulating these postmodern perspectives, I conducted an auto-archaeology of my personal collection of digital artifacts from the detective otome gacha game Tears of Themis (COGNOSPHERE, 2020) and aimed to unearth a retelling of my recent past as a posthuman Filipino. Blending the real and the virtual, the auto-archaeological relay of my personal experiences foregrounded the analysis. Informed largely by Ellersdorfer's (2021) autoethonographic archaeology and Woods' (2022) gacha game discourse, my case study which involved extracting memories from select pieces from my collection revealed that digital artifacts not only can reconstruct the semiotic context in which it is found by its game design, story of acquisition, and utilization but also deconstruct off-game contexts that are personally attached by an individual owner to its immateriality through perception and affective embedding. In so doing, the digital artifacts can amplify the different voices within each artifact in its decontextualized form as a unit in a bigger network of digital objects—a manner of visualization which locates how digital artifacts may be archaeologically recorded in the Southeast Asian context.   Abstrak (Filipino):             Dalawang makabagong ideya sa arkiyoloji ang ginamit sa pagsusuring ito: (1) awto-arkiyoloji, isang metodo ng arkiyolohikong pagsipat sa sariling kagamitan ng manunuri, at; (2) arkeyogeyming, ang pagaaral na tinatamasa na ang bagay sa isang dijital na kapaligiran ay uri ng artepakto (Reinhard, 2018). Sa pagsama-sama ng mga ganitong kalinangan, ginamit ko ang awto-arkiyoloji sa aking pansariling koleksyon mula sa larong detektib otome gacha na Tears of Themis (COGNOSPHERE, 2020) at nilayon kong bungkalin ang pagsasalaysay ng aking kamakailang nakaraan bilang posthuman Filipino. Sa pagtatabi ng totoo sa dijital, ang  aking pagsasalaysay ng auto-arkeyoloji ng pansariling danasin ang nagpanimula ng pagsusuri. Bilang nakaangkla sa ng pananaliksik ni Ellersdorfer (2021) at Woods (2020), ang aking pag-aaral ay lumimbag ng paghukay ng sariling alaala mula sa personal na koleksyon na pinapakita na ang birtwal na artepakto ay sumasalamin hindi lamang sa sarili nitong semiyotik na paglalarawan mula sa geym design, paano ito kinuha, at saan ginagamit kundi pati ang konteksto sa labas ng laro na idinikit ng may-ari gamit ang sarili nilang pananaw at apektib embeding. Sa pamamagitan nito, ang dijital na artepkato ay may kakayahanang magpasahimpapawid ng iba't-ibang boses na nakapaloob sa bawat artepakto na labas sa sariling konteksto at sa halip ay nakapaloob sa mas malaking network ng dijital na gamit—isang pasasadulang nagpapakita kung paano maiintindihan ang birtuwal na gamit sa larangan ng arkiyoloji sa Timog-silangang Asya.
      Issue No: Vol. 6
       
  • Heritage Trail as a Method to Maintain the Historical Area

    • Authors: Ari Widyati Purwantiasning, Saeful Bahri
      Abstract: This paper is part of the results of a literature study about heritage trails and their implementation of it as a method to maintain historical areas. The research aimed to examine a heritage trail and how it is applied in some precedent studies. As a reference, a guide on heritage trails is used to explore each trail presented for analysis. The study used qualitative methods with a descriptive narrative approach. This study describes the precedent studies and reviews them through an exploratory approach, direct observation, and architectural spatial experience. This paper is expected to provide a broader discourse for all people so that they can better understand that heritage trail activities are not only related to the fields of history or culture. Heritage trails also can intersect with the field of architecture, especially those related to architectural spatial experience.   Tulisan ini merupakan bagian dari hasil penelitian pada tahap studi literatur mengenai Jelajah Cagar Budaya dan bagaimana penerapannya sebagai sebuah metode dalam pengelolaan Kawasan Bersejarah. Penelitiannya sendiri bertujuan untuk memaparkan apa itu Jelajah Cagar Budaya dan bagaimana penerapannya pada beberapa studi preseden. Sebagai acuan, panduan Jelajah Cagar Budaya digunakan untuk menilai setiap jalur jelajah yang disajikan untuk dianalisis. Studi ini menggunakan metode kualitatif dengan pendekatan deskriptif naratif. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan mendeskripsikan beberapa studi preseden dan mengulaskan melalui pendekatan eksplorasi, observasi langsung dan pengalaman ruang. Tulisan ini diharapkan dapat memberikan wacana yang lebih luas dari berbagai kalangan sehingga masyarakat dapat lebih memahami bahwa kegiatan Jelajah Cagar Budaya tidak hanya terkait pada sejarah dan budaya saja, namun juga bersinggungan dengan bidang arsitektur terutama yang berkaitan dengan pengalaman ruang arsitektur.   Keywords: Historic Area, Heritage Trail, Architecture, Cultural Heritage Kawasan Bersejarah, Jelajah Cagar Budaya, Arsitektur, Cagar Budaya
      Issue No: Vol. 6
       
  • High Heel Shoes Commodity Fethisis of Drag Queen Raminten Cabaret Artists
           Show Mirota Yogyakarta

    • Authors: Putri Prabu Utami
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the value of commodity fetishism on high heels by drag queen artists in a cabaret show at Raminten 3 Mirota Yogyakarta. This study uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach. It analyzes data based on the Marx theory of commodity fetishism and consumption society by Jean Baudrillard, namely, use value, exchange value, and simulacra. The results of this study explain that the high heels of drag queen players have a use value to protect the feet from the risk of injury and abrasions (scratched) caused by friction between the skin and the floor surface on the indoor arena stage. High heels become a medium for constructing the image of feminism on the masculine body of a male drag queen player who experiences a shift (exchange value) from a social status function to an aesthetic function that has economic value to form a sexual identity to become an artist or professional actor who dresses like a woman for entertainment reasons (female impersonators). High heels are a sign of sexuality in manipulating the user's awareness (drag queen artists) against excessive worship of an object (fetishism) by rotting inanimate objects to form impulses (passion) or sexual satisfaction.
      Issue No: Vol. 6
       
 
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