Titarubi received her degree on ceramic art from Bandung Institute of Technology (Bandung, Indonesia) and has been working as an artist since 1988. Even as she studied ceramic art, she is always freeing up her self to explore different mediums in her works. She believes that every media have their own language and she desire to explore the possibilities of it. Titarubi's works, both solo and collaborative, has been exhibited widely in several galleries and events in Asia and Europe including The inaugural Singapore Biennale, Bali Biennale, Yogyakarta Biennale, CP Biennale Jakarta, and ZKM The Center for Art and Media (Karlsruhe, Germany), More recently, she was commissioned by the National Museum of Singapore to produce a work for the Museum's rotunda, as part of its Art-On-Site program. For this project Titarubi created a fiberglass copy of Michelangelo's David(about 8.5 meters high, twice bigger than the original), which glowed from inside, and is covered with a feminine attribute – brocade in bright colors.Read More
Titarubi's works will next be exhibited in The National Gallery of Indonesia (Jakarta, May), The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (Darwin, Australia, July) and The 2008 Busan Biennale Sculpture Project (Busan, September). There are also plans to hold a solo exhibition at Valentine Willie Art Space in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at the end of 2008.