Have you ever considered the concept of multiverse as part of one three-dimensional space? What if we paint you a multifaceted portrait of Baguio depicting visual entities of cultural experiences while simultaneously enfolding historical and contemporary mindsets? The idea of relativity of this exhibit explains the visual core of our Baguio’s local identities.
Cultiverse attempts to creatively inundate cultural relativism in the minds of people. Thus creating a critical index of cultural understanding. In using portraits of diversified patterns to critically reflect our own experiences, this mindset disrupts common sense and makes us reimagine our presumptions.
This group exhibition emphasizes the 11 notable creatives of Baguio City, who represent diversity of artistic prowess, career range, entho-linguistic groups and cultural backgrounds. The beauty of the overflowing concept of cultural universes in this country cultivates and encapsulates the heart of being a Filipino.
Lost In The City I
Lost In The City II