| This artwork is a fantasy creation based on spiritual beliefs about a place that is beyond human reasoning, if at all, such a place exists. Wherever that place may be. Since childhood, the artist has heard many stories about the Promised Land, such as Eden, Shangri-La, Xanadu, and Utopia. These places are synonymous with one thing that is precious to humankind, namely, "Hope". Hope for a better, ideal condition allows humans to continue striving for life. Originating from spiritual experiences, this work is inspired by symbols commonly found in places of worship, such as traditional Tibetan symbols, Chinese Buddhist symbols, and Kejawen symbols from the Javanese community in Indonesia.
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