PRASHASTI WILUJENG PUTRI (Jakarta, December 5 1991) is an artist and art manager. She graduated from Criminology at the Universitas Indonesia in 2014. Currently taking a postgraduate degree in Cultural and Media Studies at the Universitas Gadjah Mada. She started her own artistic process since joining the 69 Performance Club in 2016, and later studying visual experimentation with the Milisifilem Collective. She did a residency at the Silek Art Festival in Solok, West Sumatra in 2018, conducting research on silek (silat) in the life of contemporary bodies. The results of her residency were later developed into a performance work titled “Good Code” which was presented at the Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul in 2018, and became a writing in one chapter of a book titled “Harimau Tjampa” along with the Kultursinema research team in studying the film “Harimau Tjampa” by Djadoeg Djajakusuma. In 2021-2022 she joined Indonesia and Southeast Asia Choreographer Network held by Yayasan Kelola and Jakarta Arts Council. In 2021, with 69 Performance Club and Proyek Edisi, she joined Rotten TV held by Daniel Lie and Cemeti – Rumah untuk Seni dan Masyarakat. The project with Proyek Edisi continued and in 2022 she was a part of the research team “Mencari Kabar”, a project about archive of Indonesia’s post Reformasi. Her works talk a lot about deformation of the human body and its relation to human relations.
Along with her fellow artists in 69 Performance Club, her works were performed in SMAK Museum Gent, TranzitDisplay Gallery Prague, Ministry of Foreign Artists Geneva, Garasi Performance Institute Yogyakarta, SIPA Festival Manila, and Cemeti-Rumah Seni untuk Masyarakat-Yogyakarta. Her film, along with the Milisifilem Collective member, was screened and nominated in the Festival Film Indonesia in 2018. Her works and writings on performance art can be read at www.performanceart.id and www.prashasti.net.