This altered labyrinth of diverse cultures have been replicated and adapted, paving the way for individuals to gain wider perspectives of their identities.
All the works showcase every artist’s point of view of assimilation and how it has affected each one’s persona. Each one emphasizes striking ideas that have been translated into pieces of artwork by applying their individual styles.
With guest artist and curator Jonathan Olazo, the exhibit features varying media from, oil to arylic and mixed media from participating artists from the University of the Philippines Fine Arts College. They are Ramon Afable, Patricia Taco Borja, Ian Cadiong, Carmela Dagdag, Job David, Ohm David, Maisha dela Cruz, Marius Dideles, Bea Fajardo, IsJumalon, Caressa Lascano, Iggy Sandrino, Maricar Tolentino, Celine Villanueva, Jemimah Yabes and Haime Zulaybar.
The exhibit can be viewed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays to Fridays, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. For details and group visits, contact Bryan Llapitan at 527-2192 local 512.