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Leeroy New's "ANINO" assemblage at Busan SEA ART Festival 2021

October 16, 2021 - November 14, 2021

The 2021 Busan Biennale unveils impressive workmanship from creatives in the region with the opening of its Sea Art Festival hosted by the Busan Metropolitan City, Busan Biennale Organizing Committee.

Filipino visual artist Leeroy New (ACC 2015) contributes with his astounding assemblage entitled “ANITO.” He shares, “ANITO is the manifested spirit of the surrounding natural environment taking the form of a tentacled bamboo and plastic hybrid.”

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Philippine Pavilion at World Expo 2021 Dubai

October 01, 2021 - March 31, 2022

The Philippine Pavilion “Bangkóta” unveils in the World Expo 2021 Dubai, aligning with the theme "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future."

Marian Pastor Roces (ACC 2004) curates “Bangkóta” in collaboration with Architect Royal Pineda of Budji+Royal Architecture+Design. Jointly created by hundreds of construction workers, artists, and designers, the pavilion showcases specific spaces aurally defined by music composed by National Artist and ACC multi grantee Dr. Ramon P. Santos.

Also highlighted in the pavilion are exquisite visual works such as the mural “Super Past Time” by Dexter Fernandez (ACC 2014); the avian-motif sculpture at the bridgeway “Limokon and Timamanukin” by Riel J. Hilario (ACC 2012); and the dance video directed by Jae Hyung Wang, co-choreography by Denisa Reyes (ACC 1995) and JM Cabling to the music by Teresa Barrozo (ACC 2014).

 

top photo: the Philippine Pavilion 

bottom photo: “Super Past Time” by Dexter Fernandez

photo of pavilion from website ; artwork from artist

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