REVITALIZING TRADITIONAL IMOGIRI WRITTEN BATIK STYLE IN YOGYAKARTA AS A NEW REPRESENTATION OF CULTURAL CAPITAL IN INDONESIA
Batik was recognized by the world through UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage on October 2, 2009 so that Indonesia should be proud of this coronation. This decision did not escape the repertoire of batik in an agrarian country which thrives on thousands of patterns and a wealth of philosophical values. Batik is a form of masterpiece which is a marker of the origin of the batik. The traditional batik style of Imogiri Yogyakarta has the characteristics and characteristics of a batik producing area with a sociocultural background. The research objectives are (1) to describe the efforts to revitalize the style of written batik as an effort to represent a new representation of the traditional written batik of Imogiri Yogyakarta, (2) to describe the traditional batik style of Imogiri Yogyakarta as a new representation of cultural capital in Indonesia. This type of descriptive qualitative research with a historical approach. The results of this study present (1) a form of revitalization of the written batik style as an effort to represent a new representation of the traditional written batik of Imogiri Yogyakarta, (2) a new representation of the cultural capital of the traditional Imogiri batik style of Yogyakarta.