Driving The Sustainability into The Sub-culture

Foreseeing the future of modern sustainability in some massive activation.

Driving The Sustainability into The Sub-culture

Foreseeing the future of modern sustainability in some massive activation.

As we count on the edge of eco-friendly trends, sustainability is the notch which ties all the substances matter. In so many ways, all the generations are pursuing some purpose regarding some particular recycling movement. 

We happen to capture some insightful activities recreating and looking up to the global betterment which involves a number of figures and collective. Spreading on a scale of three big cities in Surabaya, Malang and Denpasar, the steps taken have remarkably shown the venture of creativity in pursuing the glare of sustainability. 

First city to be highlighted is Surabaya, the mini metropolis as well the most populated waste collector in Indonesia. Preparing for the best future, some liner communities have been linking up the sourceful idea and narrowed it down by Kultur Ekstensif and Syrcle Space into a titling campaign, “Live No Trash”. The ideal move picked was the creation of multiple discipline sustainability campaigns involving art, music, lifestyle and fashion into a single palette. 

Images by Rakha / Syrcle Space

“Live No Trash” is grinding over the substantial sub-culture of recycling into two separate steps of educative and lively act recycling methods. This sustainability showcase by Kultur Ekstensif and Syrcle Space invites some experts of the field such as Pable, Robries, Blue Hands Giving and notable figures to speak up and demonstrate the ideal eco-friendly future. 

To clear out the path for the crowd, Live No Trash drives some informative words within DISCover and Y2Keep content to build up awareness around the surrounding matters. As well as to remind the audience, these contents dig out the old time pieces and innovative ideas compiling all aspects of modern-lifestyle as the output of recycling and sustainability, preferably in music and fashion. 

“Live No Trash” also called out the audience for joining a forum of discussion in a talk show and brief exhibition in Syrcle Space. In advancing the fun of sustainable life, Syrcle Space also created a “Trashure Market” to give out the example of everlasting fashion. 

“Nyala” by Kemenbudur introduced a distinct social-environmental issue by aligning the lineal community and collective. This multidimensional activity happens to be the notion paralleled within the same spirit of sustainability. Kementrian Budaya Urban (Kemenbudur) accommodates the whole march which strengthens the awareness of eco-friendly subculture. 

Malang is a spot with a consistent general cultural transmission. “Nyala” movement has repopulated the stands of sustainability as the sub-culture by periodically calling the noise of the creative minds. “Nyala” chapter 15, for instance, has successfully lightened up “Lakshmee Indonesia” as the one believable eco-print provider in Indonesia. Not to mention, iLitterless, contributes to the better waste cycling by collecting, recreating and educating the necessity of waste management. 

Images by Kemenbudur

Aside from an organized sustainability collective, Kemenbudur also hooked up some persistence individuals by calling a sustainability submission. This gesture surprisingly featured the spirit of personal awareness regarding this growing subculture. To showcase the youth’s eagerness, Kemenbudur facilitated the exhibition for all the submissions compiled. By this appraisable crusade, all the valuable participants spread the hope of the future progressive acts following up the presence motion of sustainability subculture.

Images by Lakshmee Indonesia

Now, moving a head to the land of creature, Bali also paid its heart-felt contribution to the sustainability movement. Some relatable and massive movements have been re-traced and raised up the awareness of the youthful and cross generation attention toward sustainability matters. 

In total 4 separated activities have been initiated by Kisminboyz and Radio Tegangan Tinggi in a single titled, “sustainBalinity”. These synchronized gestures broke down the initial issue of social and environmental issues on the count. 

No doubt, this critical issues have been created a damaging impact towards society. As it noted on the purpose, Kisminboyz empowered the “sustainBalinity” for showcasing the possible way to reduce the waste consumption as well as it flicks the creativity to re-purpose the trashes. “sustainBalinity” facilitated some brand and collective such as Kunang Jewelry, Bucu, Yemi, and Tarum Bali to highlight its ground area regarding to sustainability. 

Some selected spots such as The Brass, Praya, Berbagi Kopi and Kopi Zeen hosted a number of solid-fun ways of recycling workshops such as making basic sashiko, stitching technique workshop for recycling pieces and fashion recycling product showcased. All the brands and names involved paid each of their contributions for “sustainBalinity” in Bali. 

All these events make us believe in the foreseen future whereas sustainability is a true core for modern life. To pass on the critical issue, is none of the sub-culture we’re trying to embrace. 

Stepping into another stage, all the three cities involved have been given a chance to showcase and shout out their creativity at Soundrenaline 2022. For you who happen to be in the crowd, please give us a visit and spread out the words of sustainability. 

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