Mystical Silence in Sufism Painting by Yudi Yudoyoko

Sufism or Taṣawwuf  (Arabic: التصوف‎‎), which is often defined as “Islamic mysticism”the inward dimension of Islam,or “the phenomenon of mysticism within Islam, is a mystical trend in Islam “characterized … [by particular] values, ritual practices, doctrines and institutions” which began very early on in Islamic history and which represents “the main manifestation and the most important and central crystallization of” mystical practice in Islam.

One of Indonesian artist make several artwork base from “spirit of silence” in Sufism, or commonly same in east spiritual path way call Zen.  Color scheme in 80th and composing object like an artwork in 90th  its visually common base character in Yudi Yudoyoko works.





Previously worked as a fashion editor at the magazine MODE Indonesia and Jakarta as well as HAI magazine. Educators at fashion school Instituto Strasser in Montevideo; Graphic designer and illustrator majalan S / N New World Poetics Texas USA, and publisher of La Flauta Magica, Montevideo and Buenos Aires; Contributor magazine Lento, Montevideo





Yudi Yudoyoko, artist and designer born in Jakarta, since the year 2003 lives and works in Buenos Aires and Montevideo. Graduates of the Bandung Institute of Technology majoring in Art and Design.


As contemporary artists exhibited singly or collectively in countries in Latin America, United States, Asia and Europe, including in his own country, Indonesia. Awarded as the third winner of Fashion Designers Contest held magazine Femina & Girls; Uruguay National Arts Award yr 2009; Choice unconventional space project interventions of Spanish cultural center in Montevideo yr 2010. Researcher and writer of art & fashion, research project received an award from the ministry of education and culture Uruguay and published in the book Till Fashion Do US P’art Montevideo, 2013.(