Monday, February 17, 2014

Juno Parungao, Kristian Jeff Agustin and Jean Pierre “Dyani” Lao are featured in “As yet Unwritten,” which opens on Feb. 20, 2014, 6 p.m., at the GSIS Museo ng Sining.

Juno Parungao creates portraits based on people’s birthdays and celestial mythologies colored by her philosophical ruminations.

Epi Quizon by Juno Parungao

Lito Casaje by Juno Parungao

Portrait of Aldebaran by Juno Parungao

Bunny Caminade by Juno Parungao

Fernando Sena by Juno Parungao

Kristian Jeff Agustin uses video and performance with spoken word to give voice to celestial bodies or introspective personas.

And Jean Pierre Lao’s intricately rendered tattoos of mythical beings and celestial bodies — the results of his solid research on Filipino indigenous practices — are rendered in limited-edition prints and captured in photographs.

The Story of Captan and Maguayen


Guest curator is Laya Boquiren.

Hosted by the GSIS Museo ng Sining, the exhibit is part of the celebration of Philippine National Arts Month.

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