Concurrence at West Gallery

Well, this is my first writing project of the year (outside of the 2013 backlogs). Aside from that, this is also a first for me to create an exhibition note for a gallery exhibition. Thanks to Leslie de Chavez for providing this great learning moment. It was fun working with him and meeting a number... Continue Reading →

Please wake up Lirio

May your weapons be a key to your awakening.¬† May each strum of your deconstructed guitars echo through your consciousness. May your defamiliarized instruments call unto powers beyond our own. From old to new, familiar to unfamiliar, may music lead you here. Your industrial music contrast and merge with the green, waiting. May Shiva's destruction... Continue Reading →

Daguerre and opening “Nothing to Declare”

Today is Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre's 224th birthday. I have memorized that name as an undergraduate student while studying Photography as Art¬†under Prof. Eloi Hernandez. Ironically, it is also through her that I found out about his birthday. It is gut instinct that I sensed a Google Doodle in his honor. Who is Daguerre? He was the... Continue Reading →

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