1. Here is a really shitty video of the main installation piece of the Impossible Place as of Wednesday, September 17 2014. The piece evolves as people take down (and keep) the fragments of the poem. Removing a fragment reveals another fragment, and the poem lives and shifts as the viewers interact with it :)

    It is ideally readable in any direction, and one thing we didn’t expect was that people would actually shift the fragments around to create their own couplets, and that’s been an interesting additional dimension to the work! Come see the piece continue to evolve, contribute to its evolution yourself, and see the rest of the installation, at Uno Morato until September the 20th.

     
     
  2. These jars are just a few of the objects you might find at my collaborative installation with poet Pauline Lacanilao, The Impossible Place, at Uno Morato :) Work will be up until the 20th.

    These are excerpts from the part of the installation called The Museum of Loss. The work is about grief, loss, forgiveness, healing, and even reflexively about the function of art within those emotional confines. Keep those in mind as you wander through our show, and let me know how you feel about it! :D Will upload installation views soon!

     

  3. Miguel & Dianna’s Wedding at Santuario De San Antonio Parish

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    Miguel & Dianna’s wedding is definitely one for the books! It is true amazing things can happen when you let your guard down. Miguel & Dianna just enjoyed their day (amidst the scorching heat!) and everything fell into place. Enjoy! :-)

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    Hair & Make-up: Toto Bagamasbad | Wedding Gown: Pepsi Hererra | Entourage Gowns: Hannah Kong  | Coordination: Empire Weddings | Videography: Mac and Pau Videography | Cake: Heny Sison

    Thanks to Sunday Morning Studios for their beautiful photographs of my brother’s wedding!! :D

     
  4. parasaaton:

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    Some images i took for the Para sa Aton project! I’m doing my internship with Martha Atienza here in Madridejos on Bantayan Island. It’s an amazing community based art project that you really should all check out :D The women are wonderful, their project is fun, EVERYTHING IS AWESOME

     
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  6. Parts of my thesis are now available for viewing on my website. Take the time to read the artist’s statement if you are confused :) Yes, i am commenting on your ridiculous selfies through my ridiculous selfies.

     
  7. just some lo-fi expired 35 film stuff, nothing fancy

    Click here to view the entire set

     
  8. Real men wear flowers~ 

    See more of my work and read a very academic statement about these images at this link. Yay academia!

     
  9. Macau antics up on the blog.

     
  10. My Ladyfaces body of work got featured on Style By Asia! Pretty excited about that, thanks to Polina for making it happen! <3