Exhibitions

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curro

Too Old For MTV, Too Young To Die

Artist/Type of Exhibit : Curro Gonzalez

Date : Aug 31, 2017

Time : 6:00PM

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Odds and Ends

Artist/Type of Exhibit : Jc Jacinto, Leo Cruz, Jan Balquin, Veronica Pee, Zean Cabangis, Brisa Amir, Pope Bacay, Jacon Moss, Nicole Tee, Pin Calacal Bjorn Calleja, Miles Villanueva, and Isha Naguiat

Date : August 09, 2017

Time : 6:00PM

JC JACINTO

LEO CRUZ

JAN BALQUIN

VERONICA PEE

ZEAN CABANGIS

BRISA AMIR

POPE BACAY

JASON MOSS

NICOLE TEE

PIN CALACAL

BJORN CALLEJA

MILES VILLANUEVA

ISHA NAGUIAT

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Monitored

Artist/Type of Exhibit : Tyang Karyel

Date : August 09, 2017

Time : 6:00PM

Today, human existence can be measured in pixels and in 140 characters. We live in a hyper digitized age where much of what we do, we do online. We order food, do groceries, buy clothes, have relationships, watch shows, take classes, pay the bills, and fall in love through a screen. In an age where every moment is captured and posted, and every activity, no matter how mundane, is glorified, online presence has become the only presence that matters. Countless of people are attracted by the idea of a well-curated life. Self-absorbed by the notion of being “seen”, many live with their heads down looking at their phones. With so many living their realities online, what then is left of the real world?

We live in a world where our hopes and dreams hinge on this dependency on connectivity. Through screens and glass windows, our lives are watched. Through the veil of technology, we are monitored. But what happens when one leaves this digitized mecca? Does one stop existing when one goes offline? Will one be forgotten?

Tyang Karyel’s Monitored takes a glimpse at today’s digital crazed society and the distorted realities we cage ourselves into in the hopes of a different, more aesthetically pleasing life.

 

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