Works Selected From Group Exhibitions
My works for Art in the Park under Tin-aw Art Management and Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery.
SHARDS & SOOT
My work for the Altro Mondo group exhibition, "In Celebration of Creativity: An homage to Junyee", that ran from June 26 - July 25, 2021.
My two-sided work for the Boholano group show "(D)Amgo" at Qube Gallery. June 5 - 30, 2021
My work, "Kitakits Pagkatapos Nito (See You When This Ends) for the group show "The Hooman Experience", exhibited at Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery, Makati from April 17 - May 13, 2021
Thanks to kuya Michael for the video.
My work for Bohol-Buhol 8's open theme group exhibition at Artologist Gallery. May 8 - 31, 2021
My work for "Metamorphoses", Baji Arts Collective's 11th Women's Month Art Show, which ran from March 7-31, 2021. This exhibit is "an attempt to examine the zeitgeist, mood, ethos and preoccupations of the unprecedented year that was 2020". Curated by Liza Macalandag
ART AUCTION PIECES
#BidfortheFuture #BidforNature works. Two pieces for separate auctions for a cause under World Wildlife Foundation - Philippines
"PLACE I - XVI"
This is a master compilation of my third series of draw-erase drawings*, which I presented at VIVA Excon's, "Kalibutan: The World In Mind".
With areas of human convergence (that I've frequented during the pandemic) as the subject, I drew and erased my drawings, as a nod to Richard Galpin's concept of the perverse palimpsest.
In my previous show ("Where Are We?" at the NCCA gallery) I'd invited actual strangers to destroy my work through erasure. Since Covid-19 has made it unsafe to explore this concept, I introduced "The Stranger" wearing a blindfold, as the element of destruction for my current work.
The final work was exhibited at Orange gallery, Bacolod, and at Art Fair Philippines. To view all the process videos for this draw-erase drawing series, check out my Youtube channel by clicking the button below.
* term from the departed Prof. Leo Abaya's curatorial notes for my solo show on Alzheimer's Disease, "Where Are We?" at the NCCA Gallery back in 2020