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E-Journal of Cultural Studies
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ISSN (Print) 2338-2449
Published by Universitas Udayana Homepage  [61 journals]
  • DANCE PERFORMANCE TO ACHIEVE MURI: STUDY OF REJANG SANDAT RATU SEGARA
           DANCE PERFORMANCE IN TANAH LOT, TABANAN, BALI

    • Authors: Ni Made Ari Yanti Putri Negara, I Nyoman Darma Putra, Ni Luh Arjani
      Pages: 1 - 14
      Abstract: Rejang is a sacred dance that has certain standards in its creation and performance. This sacred dance is performed during the Dewa Yadnya ceremony by taking into account the place, time, and means of offerings that have been determined. However, recently a new creation of Rejang dance has emerged which has a function not for religious ceremonies, but for other purposes such as entertainment to achieve a MURI (Indonesian Record Museum) record. This type of Rejang Dance is the Rejang Sandat Ratu Segara Dance which was staged on August 18, 2018 in Tanah Lot, Tabanan, Bali. This certainly attracts the attention of the people of Tabanan and causes this dance to be widely discussed on social media and in real life. This article examines the form of the Rejang Sandat Ratu Segara Dance and finds out how it differs from the Rejang dance in Bali. The research method used is qualitative research with descriptive and explanatory exposure. In this study, there are several differences in the form of the Rejang Sandat Ratu Segara dance with the Rejang dance that developed in Bali such as movement, dancers, clothing, and settings. Keywords: Rejang Sandat Ratu Segara Dance, Tanah Lot Tabanan, MURI record, sacred art
      PubDate: 2022-08-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i03.p01
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • PREWEDDING PHOTO HYPERREALITY IN BALI

    • Authors: Ramanda Dimas Surya Dinata, I Wayan Ardika, I Nyoman Darma Putra, Ida Bagus Gde Pujaastawa
      Pages: 15 - 23
      Abstract: The practice of Hindu marriages in Bali has been unknowingly hit by the name pop culture, or in lifestyle terms as pre-wedding photos. The wedding customs of the Hindu community in Bali as a local tradition or local culture that previously did not recognize the term pre-wedding photos began to be inserted and produced through materialistic discourses and practices. Pre-wedding photos encourage the presence of an element of hyperreality from the millennial lifestyle that is mixed by digital and virtual spaces, as a trend of 'futuristic', 'replica', and 'copy' which has actually surpassed reality itself since its presence in 1996. The research is located in Bali and uses qualitative methods. The problems studied include (1) why there is a tendency for hyperreality in pre-wedding photos; (2) what are the forms of hyperreality of pre-wedding photos in Bali; (3) what are the implications of the hyperreality of pre-wedding photos in Bali. In general, this research is to deconstruct what is behind the pre-wedding photo phenomenon and reveal facts that can provide an overview of knowledge and understanding of its relationship with the hyper-reality of pre-wedding photos in Bali. The analysis of this research uses several theories, namely hypersemiotic theory, deconstruction theory, and commodification theory. The results show that (1) the factors that cause hyperreality in pre-wedding photos are lifestyle factors, commercial industry factors, globalization factors, and the factors of negotiation between photographers and clients (brides); (2) forms of hyperreality in pre-wedding photos in Bali show visual engineering, cultural fabrication, love accentuation, hybrid identity, parody and reinterpretation of style; (3) the implications of the hyperreality of pre-wedding photos in Bali show three implications, namely the implications of aesthetic innovation, the implications of an unstable commercial industry, and the implications of shifting meaning. What is presented in the pre-wedding photo phenomenon is a celebration of desire (symbol sales) in various manipulative ways and various supporting media. Keywords: Hyperreality, pre-wedding photos, Hindu community, Bali
      PubDate: 2022-08-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i03.p02
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • STUDY ON FASHION DESIGN STUDENTS' DIFFICULTIES IN THE 2018 EXHIBITION
           AND FASHION DESIGN AND DEMONSTRATION COURSES AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF
           MALANG

    • Authors: Nurul Aini, Endang Prahastuti, Nur Ziyan
      Pages: 24 - 35
      Abstract: Fashion has become a part of modern society. Fashion designers show today's fashion works through activities such as exhibitions. The Bachelor of Fashion Education and Diploma of Fashion Design, Faculty of Industrial Technology, State University of Malang, hosted a show as a part of the Exhibition and Fashion Design and Demonstration courses. Students who participated reported problems at certain stages of the exhibition process. This study aimed to analyze these difficulties using a quantitative approach descriptively. Questionnaires were used for the data collection process with 58 samples. The results suggested that the main problem lay in production design and inspiration. Students' design challenges were material choices, storyboard creation, design principles application, and ideas generation. During the fashion production phase, a difficulty occurred during the sewing process and creating an action plan. The main organizational problem for students was cooperation with internal committees at the organizational stage. Keywords: exhibition, difficulty, fashion creation, demonstration
      PubDate: 2022-08-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i03.p03
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • TRANSFORMATION OF GONDANG SABANGUNAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC INTO UNING-UNINGAN
           MODERN MUSIC AT THE BATAK TOBA ETHNIC TRADITIONAL CEREMONY IN DENPASAR
           CITY

    • Authors: Rianti Simbolon, I Nyoman Suarka, Ni Made Wiasti
      Pages: 36 - 54
      Abstract: The practice of using music at the Batak Toba ethnic traditional ceremony in Denpasar city has transformed. The transformation was from gondang sabangunan traditional music into uning-uningan modern music. Furthermore, uning-uningan modern music dominated or used more often rather than gondang sabangunan traditional music in Denpasar city. The main factor which causes this transformation is there are no artists who are able to use gondang sabangunan traditional ensemble music. The aims of this study are to know the causes of the transformation of gondang sabangunan traditional music into uning-uningan modern music, the forms of the transformation of gondang sabangunan traditional music into uning-uningan modern music, to figure out the implication of the transformation of gondang sabangunan traditional music into uning-uningan modern music. The results showed that the transformation occurred because of the internal factors which consist of economic factors, artists’ creativity factors, the lack of understanding of the Batak Toba gondang traditional, and the lack of cultural transmission to the young generation. Otherwise, the external factors consist of globalization factors, and pop culture factors. The transformation forms of gondang sabangunan traditional music into uning-uningan modern music such as the formation transformation of music instruments, the transformation in using repertoire types, the position transformation of the musicians, the transformation of execution time, and the musician’s identity transformation. The implications of the transformation of gondang sabangun traditional music into uning-uningan modern music are the fading of gondang traditional music, switching functions into entertainment, the artists are more concerned with material, and the young generation is less familiar with gondang traditional music. Keywords: transformation, gondang sabangunan traditional music, uning-uningan modern
      PubDate: 2022-08-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i03.p04
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • UNDERSTANDING THE IDEOLOGY OF CULTURAL DUALISM IN THE CAR-SHAPE SHRINE
           ARCHITECTURE AT PALUANG TEMPLE, NUSA PENIDA, BALI

    • Authors: I Putu Gede Suyoga, I Nyoman Suarka, I Ketut Ardhana, I Wayan Suwena
      Pages: 55 - 62
      Abstract: This study focuses on the ideology of cultural dualism in the VW Beetle and Jeep Jimny as two car-shape shrines at Pura Paluang Nusa Penida, Bali. These two worship altars are to worship Ida Ratu Gede Ngurah Sakti and Hyang Mami or called Shiva-Durga in the pantheon of the gods of Hinduism. The architectural design of the two car-shape shrines are unique and different from most mainstream Balinese Hinduism. This shows the existence of a collective view that has ideological nuances. This qualitative study with descriptive analysis, obtained data through observation, interviews, library research and documentary techniques. The informants were determined using the purposive and snowball technique. All the data were analyzed in order to draw conclusions. The result of the study shows that the dualism of cultural ideology has inspired the development of worship altars in the form of the car-shape shrine. Primarily representing the two poles of culture. East-traditional culture is the most intense-sacred, with the profane on the side of modern-western culture. The mimicry strategy and the hybrid mechanism are very dominant in shaping the ultimate architectural identity. Socially, it legitimizes the dominant political power, identity, belief, orientation of the collective action of the people of Nusa Penida. Keywords: ideology of cultural dualism, car-shape shrine, Paluang Temple Nusa Penida Bali
      PubDate: 2022-08-31
      DOI: 10.24843/cs.2022.v15.i03.p05
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2022)
       
 
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