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Formed in 2006, Tromarama is a collective group of artists consisting of Febie Babyrose, Herbet Hans, and Ruddy Hatumena. With an interest in the concept of hyper-reality in the digital era, their projects often explore the two-way relationship between virtual space and physical space. Their works often merge videos, installations, computer programing, and public participation within a network to show the role of digital media in forming people’s perception on the reality of their surrounding environment. Some of their collaborative exhibitions include the 11 th Gwangju Biennale (2016), the 4 th Ural Industrial Bienniale (2017), and the Manifesto 6.0 at the National Gallery of Indonesia (2018). Furthermore, they had independent exhibitions at the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (2010) and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (2015).