Two provinces, one long weekend, and an experience of a lifetime.
It’s been a while since I did a write up on the year that was. The past couple of years offered nothing much to write home about especially with me having been in a perpetuated state of limbo since I got let go from my previous job and none of my goals, from establishing a freelance business to studying a foreign language, didn’t materialise. Doesn’t help that the people I thought I could count on, especially my dad, couldn’t support me in my endeavours.
For more than a year, I have enjoyed my extended vacation under domestic bliss, all the while my soul gets burned into crisp by the fires of unemployment hell. Now, I may have to bid that adieu as I try to land myself a decent job to finally get myself back in the market. Continue reading
What if the average idiom becomes the subject of an exhibit concept? We get literally Literal.
Everyone needs a bit of clarity, some space to express one’s creativity and become more vivid from within the core of the artist.
In the continuing story of our lifetime, it’s important that we go back to where we all started. I believe that this exhibit, Prologue, have somehow managed to achieve that when they had their opening night last Monday December 2.
Have you guys ever experienced talking in your sleep, while at the same time half-consciously awake to hear yourself speak? I admit that I’m not particularly new to this but it’s been quite a long time now since I found myself speaking while asleep until now.
Sometimes, to look forward to the future is to look back in the past. If there’s one thing you want to change, it is embracing who you are from the very depths of your soul.
That’s exactly what I came to understand about the theme of Ctrl+Z, a multimedia exhibit that just had its opening night last Friday, ongoing until this Sunday.
I had a strange dream last night. I saw myself sleeping in the couch of GMA’s 10th floor, knowing I’m no longer an employee there and when I woke up, I’m now in this place that looks like a pub filled with a lot of GMA people.