9th March 12
Another late post! I was thinking if I’m still going to post this, but I swear this should be the last time I’d be posting an event post that’s like two months ago. I have to quit that habit and make time for everything! School work has been dragging me down but I told myself how I wouldn’t let it take it’s toll on me. Besides, art is all we’re here for! ☺
I was with my Visual Communication block mates this time! I miss them - well, not like we’re not seeing each other but plates have been on our way ever since. Anyway, this exhibit was held at Light and Space Contemporary. It’s really a nice place for an art exhibit - though the only con I see is how far that place is. Fairview pare, so far naman the view! Loljk! Anyway, there were two exhibits featured: Archie Geotiona’s Isa Pang Chickenjoy, andFuck Art Let’s Dance! I haven’t heard of the artists who joined but the art’s very contemporary and modern. Maybe they’re about my age range. Check it! ☺
Above: W.E.L.C.O.M.E. (We’re Evolved Loathing Consumers Obeying Melancholic Environments) I’m intrigued at this work - I wonder why he thought of using Jollibee lol. The title explains it!
Work above reminds me of Georgina Wilson. It is just me or maybe I’m always reminded of her haha lol
Above: Beeyus VS. The Hyperbeasts, Similar Objects. I like the two works above! Parang illustration. Hahaha.
Fuck Art Let’s Dance 2! I really have no idea what it was going to be up to, because I only knew two people from the list - and they’re both fashion enthusiasts or designers. Lol I’ve no idea haha! The exhibit was really modern for me. I kinda hope there was an explanation for the theme! Though it reminded me of my childhood. Haha!
Above work by Jujin Samonte. One word in mind: Cartoons!!!
My favorite work above by Okto!
Above works by Che Carlos. Some child-like imagination he got there. Haha!
Finally saw a daring performance art in a exhibit. It was the highlight! Apparently, the model was one of my block mate’s friends and he told us he was doing that pose for hours now. Talk about dedication! It was also well put up, including that silver paper sculpture above. Kudos for this art work! Forgot who made it haha!
Above: When I Feel Heavy Metal - self portrait photos by Raella Abella
Above: Jimi Hendrix - DJ Tong Remix by Tong Yangco. It was made out of old school CD Records! Cool shit!
Oh, and I also saw some bloggers that night. I wasn’t sure of who they were but some were familiar to me! One of them was Paul Jatayna - couldn’t say hi because I wasn’t sure, but if you’re reading this - hi Paul haha! Fairview was a far place, so we decided to chill right after. More nights like these! ☺
Pau Villanueva graduated from St. Theresa's College, QC. She's now studying at the University of the Philippines Diliman, taking up Visual Communication course at the College of Fine Arts.
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