HBF x 103 PRESENTS
ISLAND HOPPING : KAUA`I
Honolulu Biennial Foundation has launched a new, neighbor island programming initiative, Island Hopping, a roaming, pop-up video art screening which will bring select artworks from Honolulu Biennial 2017 to the neighbor islands. Galerie 103 is honored to be hosting the first launch on Kauai.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 | 5-7 PM
Isabella Ellaheh Hughes, Director and Co-founder of HBF will share opening remarks, followed by a video art screening featuring work by:
SAMA ALSHAIBI PALESTINE, IRAQ | USA, MARIQUITA MICKI DAVIS GUAM | USA, KATHY JETÑIL-KIJINER MARSHALL ISLANDS | USA, JOHN VEA TONGA | NEW ZEALAND
Red 3000, oil on canvas, 78.7 x 118.1 in., 2016
Phil, oil on canvas with silver-plated chain, 20 x 21.5 in., 2017
Maria Cruz makes an oil painting made up of thousands of spheres the size of a AU$ 1. Her goal is to create a million of these spheres in different canvases and through different painting styles. She is interested in finite qualities rather than infinity as a concept of time.
PROCESS / MEANING with artists Kris Ardeña, Maria Cruz, Carina Evangelista, Sarah Goffman, Andrew Hurle, Riza Manalo, and Gerardo Tan, curated by Gerardo Tan runs until October 08, Sunday.
Tonight! Come see some cool art including my new video pieces! At @___adultsonly___ , 18 Dawson St Brunswick, at 7pm! This video work was made by 3D scanning nude bodies, then warping and distorting them in 3D space creating an abjection of the sexualised body object.
Mervy C. Pueblo actively pursued her career as a visual artist since 2001. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and sculpture symposiums, locally and internationally such as; Singapore 2017 and 2014; Japan 2016, 2012 and 2009; Malaysia 2016; France in 2014; the United States of America in 2011-2013; South Korea in 2011, 2010 and 2008; Russia in 2008; and Vietnam in 2007. Under the flagship of Fulbright, she received her M.F.A. Visual Studies major in Public Art & Sculpture with masteral units in Art Education, from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN, USA; and she received her B.F.A. degree in Advertising from St. Scholastica's College Manila, Philippines.
Pueblo’s studio practice explores human relationships and the everyday life raising concerns in human and environmental ecology. She has received several awards from different institutions such as the AICAD Postgraduate Teaching Fellowship by the Minneapolis College of Art and Design MN, USA (Nomination, 2016); Thirteen Artist Awards (Winner, 2015 CCP, PH), Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Award (Winner, 2013 USA), Ateneo Art Awards (Finalist, 2012 PH), the Metrobank Art and Design Excellence: Sculpture Competition (Special Citation and Finalist, 20062010 PH), and Recognition of Talented Youth in Arts and Culture conferred by the office of the Pasig City Mayor (2006). Moreover, she has been an Arts Network Asia grantee (2007 Singapore), Metrobank Foundation travel grant recipient (2007 PH), Haslla Art World Museum artist-in-residence grantee (2011 South Korea), and represented the Philippines to following international art events: Taebaek Snow Sculpture Exposition (2009 South Korea), Miyazaki International Sculpture Exhibit(2009 Japan), Chistye Prudi Penza International Sculpture Symposium (2008 Russia), and Hai Phong International Sculpture Symposium (2007 Vietnam). #iProclaim#ProclamationOf8#experimentalart#contemporaryart#politicalart#artph#philippineart#asianart#visualart#fineart#photography#videoart#installationart#artist#filipino#design#panting#poetry#modernart#districtgalleryph#artistplaygroundph#artsabove