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Friday, March 19, 2010

BLURREALITY


Title of Exhibit: Blurreality

Exhibitors: Hot Pan de Sayn art group with members Chica Alinell, Sharry Bobadilla, Steph Chan and Joan Tee

Exhibit Duration: March 20, 2010 – March 30, 2010

Venue: Sigwada Gallery, Oroquieta St., Sta. Cruz, Manila

Exhibit Description:

The exhibit Blurreality is Hot Pan de Sayn’s first ever art exhibit after graduating from college in 2005. This exhibit will feature HPds members’ paintings, sculptures and illustrations which mirror their feelings, thoughts and emotions over the past years. The paintings are in mixed media and sculptures are done in wire works.

The term Blurreality means things that you see are not necessarily what they seem. It also refers to a state where dreams and reality combine, and it is impossible to separate the two. It is where ideals are met and broken at the same time. Blurreality can be a fantasy that came to life or a life lived in fantasy. Each artwork is an individual expression of discovery and self-exploration. Some are whimsically illogical, some bizarre, even comedic. Each piece holds a deeply personal meaning hidden beneath a seemingly nonsense aesthetic.

As part of this exhibit, the exhibitors will be conducting a free arts and crafts workshop for kids ages 3-7. The workshop is entitled “I Just Want to be Funny Today”. In this activity, the children will be taught how to make mask-type artworks, encouraging them to decorate it whatever they want to be that day. The objective of this activity is to promote creativity in kids, and instilling in them the “I can” attitude. I Just Want to be Funny Today lets the children be what they want to be for the whole duration of the workshop, whether that want to be a banana, a cupcake, a super hero, etc. Art materials for the workshop will be provided by the Hot Pan de Sayn art group.

Hot Pan de Sayn wants to tackle different issues using their art. For their first exhibit, they start by expressing what’s deep within their hearts and minds. They feel that they must dwell on this subject first, so that they can venture into deeper issues and subjects like social issues, more complex art, etc. The group’s vision is to promote the appreciation of art in their everyday lives, and the best way to do that is to start off by working from within themselves, and then giving out to the society.

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