Was born in Semarang in 1961 – Central Java – Indonesia . He Studied at High School of Art STSRI”ASRI” Yogyakarta-Indonesia. He went to The State Academy of Asmterdam The Netherlands in 1987 for Residency and Study.
Continued with Residency Programs in Bute Town Studio in Cardiff Wales, Joo Chiat Road 106 Singapore, Triangle Arts Trust Hongkong Kowloon, Bamboo Culture International Tamshui.
A few important exhibitions is The 2nd Asia Pacific Triennale in Brisbane (1996), Contemporary Art in Asia : Traditions and Tensions in New York (1996), The Havana Biennale in Havana – Cuba in 1997, The 2nd Fukuoka Triennial in Fukuoka_Japan (2002), Gwangju Biennale in Gwangju_South Korea (2002), Busan Biennale in Busan South Korea (2004), Indonesian Contemporary Art in Herbert F. Johnson Museum_Cornell University Ithaca_New York(2005). Contemporary Museum of Photography Milano_Italia (2006) , The International Sculpture Exhibition ‘Grandeur’ Sonsbeek Park_Arnhem The Netherlands (2008), Jakarta Biennale (2013), Moscow Biennale 7th (2017).
He worked collaboratively with a film director Garin Nugroho for ‘Opera Java’ (movie by Garin Nugroho. 'Roro Mendut' was a collaboration with Indonesian prominent coreographer Retno Maruti (2014).
Since 2010 Nindityo has been developing artistic research and experimental projects with diverse local communities and collectives. ‘Toekar Tambah’ was an Art Project with Mella Jaarsma in 2011, 'Pseudopartisipative' with Cemeti Art House in 2013. 'Religion Got Talent' with Linda Mayasari and Doni Maulistya in 2015 and ‘Siginificant Scenarios’ in 2017, both were interdisciplinary art projects very much based on rescent popular culture in Indonesia.
Together with Mella Jaarsma and some activists building and conducting Cemeti Art House Art Programs and Indonesian Visual Art Archive (IVAA) up now. Received A Long Live Achievment_Award : John D. Rockefeller’s 3rd Award 2005 The Asian Cultural Council New York together with Mella Jaarsma in 2005.
His works are in the collection of National Gallery Singapore, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum and Natioal Gallery of Queensland.