Description of Aspect Ideoplastis, a work entitled Study Falls (fall learning) is inspired from the process of human life, where humans must feel the pain first before feeling the happiness. Like one of the proverbs of "raft up, swim around, get sick first, have fun later". It feels right, so that the process of maturity and responsibility as a human being well done. In life, sometimes it is necessary to learn something painful before things go bad first. Learning is a relatively permanent change in behavior or potential behavior as a result of strengthened experience or practice. A person is considered to have learned something if he can show his behavior change. While the fall is degenerate down. So learning to fall means the learning process by understanding the situation from the bottom before racing to the top.The idea in this work is more to the motor racing race that is interpreted as a life that always races to be the best. Before becoming the best one needs to learn from the worst. Motorcycle racing became an option because in addition to understanding the condition, the competition that occurs in motor racing is not always honest, a lot of fraud that happens to be on the podium as well as today's life, all the way done in order to occupy the top position.
The description of the physioplastic aspect of the work is visualized into a 2-dimensional form using an oil paint medium on a canvas attached to a plywood. a 140 x 233 cm piece of work with 2 panels cultivating, depicting two racer objects in a race, one with a falling position and one with a dodge position. The depiction is intended as a process of awareness, we must know it feels falling (below) before becoming a winner (above). The work deliberately does not present the background but only with the installation of span ram so that the context of the painting remains visible.
With the visualization of this work, the audience is expected to start and feel something from below. Sometimes we learn to fall first in order to become a strong and solid person in the process of victory.