BRAGARAGA is the translation of a sound composition in the urban context of formerly colonized area, in which colonization is the central idea. That is to say, a relationship between the colony and colonial country, namely Indonesia and Holland. Colonization was marked by conflicts, opposing arguments and highlighting subjugation. There was no harmony, and it was filled with disharmonious conditions.
BAGARAGA delivers a hearing experience, by which sound is understood as layers. Sound is not analogized on a basis of harmony – it is about taking apart and deconstructing.