Sudjud Dartanto (b. 1976) is a Curator, Lecturer based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. In 2003, as part of Asialink Australia residential program he was awarded a residency at the Institute of Modern Art (IMA) in Brisbane, Australia, Curator in Residence, Art Initiative Tokyo (AIT), Tokyo, Japan, 2012.
As a curator Dartanto has co-organized several international/regional/national creative projects, solo and group exhibitions over the few last years. Notably, Trajectory, a contemporary ceramic exhibition involving Indonesian and Australian artists in MAGNT (Museum and Gallery of Northern Territory), Darwin, Australia (2008), U(DYS)TOPIA The emergence of myths, fairy tales and legends in contemporary Indonesia and Germany artists, at Hochschule für bildende Künste (HfBK), Gallery, Freies Museum, Berlin, Germany (2010), Immemorial, Reaching Back Beyond Memory, a family history project, a collaboration project between Jogja (Indonesia)-Darwin(Australia)-Manila (Philipina) Artists, organized by 24 Hours Art Space, Darwin, Australia (2011).
His recent activities include research on intercultural production of knowledge through creative cultures that are emerging from the Asian Continent. Dartanto’s articles and art review’s have been published on numerous occasions in Indonesian domestic news media and art catalogs.