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Walang Kikilos | Evangelista, Pastrana, et al

Walang Kikilos! Nobody Move! is a collaborative project that documents the rhythms, patterns, textures, muscular memories, and cultural aches that relentlessly throb in our beloved city, Manila. Capturing the images, sounds, colors, surfaces, and substances of these clogged arteries are works of mixed and multi-media installations of video and photography, incorporating music, text, and sound. […]

‘No Chaos No Party’: Glimpse into the Manila Contemporary Art Scene

It has been almost three decades since the book ‘Conversations on Philippine Art’ by art critic and writer Cid Reyes has been published. It is timely now, given the massive developments in the art practice since the 80’s, to release such book that features interviews and inside correspondences with the artists of the time. This is where the contemporary art book […]

Meet Me Halfway | Mark Salvatus

Salvatus creates work within the urban context, being both informed and inspired the everyday politics of living in the city. The movements of the metropolis – its cycles and contradictions – allow him to develop natural and loose propositions that manifest in his art practice. Coming from the countryside and subsequently moving from apartment to […]

Field Trip Project | APAC Artists

“Field Trip Project”, curated by Daisuke Takeya and Laya Boquiren,aims to explore the concept of environmental sustainability, natural disasters, and creative responses in tackling the challenges regarding them.The old, unneeded and donated randoseru or Japanese backpack becomes the point of reference for the show: artists go to different sites to exchange stories with the people […]