PULSO: UP CFA Thesis Exhibit 20169:48:00 PM
Last Sunday, I went to the opening of PULSO: UP CFA Thesis Exhibit 2016. The venue was divided into publications, campaigns, industrial design, hypermedia, moving images and graphic design. I don't know if I'll ever be good at art, but I love exhibits. There's something incredibly inspiring about them, the same sentiment when you see a beautiful view of the sea, or when you reach the summit of a mountain. It makes you feel small. You are but a small speck in this vast space, and I never minded at all. I am not striving to be relevant after all.
Sorry to digress. From educating children to prevent abuse, using of bayong among UP Town Center shoppers, adopting pets, using Inabel patterns, awareness campaigns on body dysmorphic disorder, anxiety and depression, to video games designed to educate about the life of Andres Bonifacio and Hinilawod. Iskolars never fail to produce relevant art that aims to serve the people. They engender UP's aphorism.
My favorites? Works on Filipina workers, and work of my friends: Retype PH: A Community Building Effort for the Exploration of Philippine Vernacular Typography as a Design Source, and Liquify Clothing Collection under Human.
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Congratulations to all the UP artists and continue in serving the people!