Jakarta-based artist Stereoflow (Adi Dharma) is best known for his bright, iconic style that encourages conversations between the artist and the viewer. His works are a combination of all the visual styles he has explored throughout his career. Starting from graffiti and street art to contemporary art. Everything is deconstructed and filtered so that it can become a whole new identity.
By using simple shapes and colors, his work also interprets the simple and cheerful mood of 80s music. It is composed abstractly with the hope that people can feel more of the visual vibes rather than question the meaning. It is the same when listening to music, just listen and enjoy.
Embracing a multimedia approach, Stereoflow’s portfolio includes large-scale murals, paintings, prints, sculptures, and also installations. Alongside his commercial work, Stereoflow has exhibited artwork in the United States, Canada, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, and Australia.