All is Child Play: A Review of Casafuego | Toym Imao

Perhaps to playfully criticize the role of imaginative propaganda to repaint stories from our history through mainstream media, the artist, Abdulmari “Toym” Imao, has brought together his larger than life sculptures, depicting both characters from the country’s history, and fictional “pop culture iconographies”, in his solo exhibition, entitled Casafuego. The artist mixed in elements of fantasy, imagination and child […]

Alter/(n)ations: 6 Women on Imelda Cajipe Endaya’s Fight for Equality and a World That Works

As we weave poetic images or inspired text examining the human condition, we insufferably hope that powers beyond ourselves, be they within halls of legislature, or boardrooms of corporations would look out at what art is trying to say. In a six-article compilation of writings on the art of and experiences with Imelda Cajipe Endaya, the editor […]