Sulla Home X IMAJI Studio “We are a sleep deprived society” In this fast-paced world, with technology at our fingertips, we are constantly dwelling in the realm of it, from waking up to ending off the day. Striving for an ideal work-life-balance becomes a struggle which compromises not just the quantity of sleep, but also its quality. Miboso embodies the mind, body, and soul. The exhibition is an experience, manifesting the connection and enhancement of the blooming synergy between the mind, body, and soul. In achieving one’s state at its most prime, Sulla Home and Imaji Studio collaborates in launching a wholesome collection inspired by Miboso. Sulla Home completes the experience through sleeping sets and Imaji Studio with its sleepwear. All to enrich one’s quality of sleep. About The Collaborators Installation by Dua Studio How do we fall asleep? How do we stay asleep? How does our mind and body connect while we sleep? Dua Studio surfaces an idea in using the fabric of Sulla Home and Imaji Studio as the space’s prominent feature. In abstracting one wholesome concept, these questions were then evolved to fuse together with the fabric’s characteristics, colors, and textures. The installation of the fabric was mindfully positioned in such a way that each layer created frames an intriguing distance where one would feel each attribute of the material. Visual Arts by Ivan Reyhan Dwelled in every mankind, Reyhan interprets MIBOSO into three different colors from a late afternoon sky fusing into white as a symbol of human balance. An intimate yet seamless visualization aspires to convey calm and peacefulness is merged with the play of light dynamics and minimalist colors. Ambient Sound by Prabumi Calmness, comfort, and purity – the three aspects Prabumi reciprocates from the artistry established by Sulla Home and Imaji Studio. The sound crafted by Prabumi himself is a response through the process, energy, and creation of each collaborator uniting in this exhibition. His ambient music named ‘Rasa’ is manifestation of a calm sway of gamelan, natural comfortable tone, and a pure work of art. Cultural Dance by Laskar Indonesia Pusaka Bedhayan, one of the nation’s masterpieces, is a traditional Javanese dance known for its graceful and meditative aspects, embracing the harmony of the mind, body, and soul as its spiritual value. ‘Tembang Alit’ dance unfolds the constant evolving of life dynamics. To face life, one should always eling, or remember, to be mindful of and around oneself, to be vigilant, and to never give up. Branding by Fishtank Theory Emphasizing their creative process on the world ‘sleep’, FishTank Theory enlivens the prominence of maintaining the balance of our body and soul while resting. The shaping of visual language is inspired by the state of the human body when one is asleep, starting with nuances of dimmed colors, rhythmic breathing patterns, to graphical visualization from where one would begin to close their eyes until finally dozing asleep.