Adaptations of a Strange Case

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Adaptations of a Strange Case
July 7-30, 2014
NCCA Gallery

"Adaptations of a Strange Case" is an assimilation of foreign knowledge acquired through time that has been absorbed in our local values and beliefs. This altered labyrinth of diverse cultures have been replicated and adapted, paving the way for individuals to gain wider perspectives of their identities. Although these influences have permanently smeared and changed our ways, by acknowledging that the more we detach ourselves to what we truly are, the more we understand who we are and what we have become.

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. Although all the works are one in theme, each artist applied their own style, and own interpretation of assimilation and adaptation. The exhibit are of varying media from, oil to arylic and mixed media, participating artists are UP Fine Arts students, 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. Guest Curator, Jonathan Olazo.

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NCCA Gallery
633 Gen. Luna St.,
Intramuros, Manila

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