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Beatrix completed her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, ITB. Beatrix’s work was first exhibited in 2002 in a joint exhibition entitled “Incubation,” held in the East Hall of ITB. In 2005, Beatrix held her first solo exhibition entitled “Precious Treasures” at Culture Park, Dago Tea House, Bandung. Her next solo exhibition, titled “Visible Noise,” took place at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung, in 2009. Beatrix’s works were first exhibited abroad in 2000 at “A Slice of Indonesia” at Soka Art Gallery, Beijing, China, and “Change the Oil” and “Refresh” at Valentine Willis Gallery, Singapore.

Beatrix’s works are characterized by colors that glow like neon lights. She often makes digital edits in the initial process of creating her works, then uses conventional painting techniques in the final finishing. In her solo exhibition “Visible Noise” (Bandung, 2009), curator Agung Hujatnikajennong argued that most of Beatrix’s works explore the problems of transparency, flatness, and optical illusion. Additionally, Beatrix is often considered to use repetitive lines and layered paint in her works. In addition to canvas, Beatrix also works on glass. Kris Budiman, in his essay on the Landing Soon #9 residency program, considers this method a filter used by Beatrix in interpreting reality.

(b. 1984 in Bandung)

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