PROJECT: Multimedia Exhibition
"I See What I Want To See" is featured in "Pitik Bulag", a multimedia art exhibition in light of the loss of sight. It aims to give life to different forms of artworks inspired by the impairment of vision. And it also an extension project of "The Shade: A wordless novel".
Mixed Media: Photo printed on Sintra Board, Acrylic, Paper Cut Outs
Roles: Post Production, Photographer, Art Direction
Art Featured on: Graphika Manila 2016 Book,
ART DIRECTION, MIXED MEDIA
I See What I Want to See
Muse: Ysh Espulgar
MUA: Jannie Rebullar
Location: Studio 4104
Assistants: John Vincent Caimol and Itto Amogawin
Talent Coordinator: Jay Lopez
Adviser: J Pacena II
About Pitik Bulag:
Pitik-Bulag is a community-based multimedia art exhibition in light of the loss of sight. It aims to give life to different forms of artworks inspired by the impairment of vision. This project seeks to help and understand the community of visually-impaired. The exhibition tries to immerse the audience in the realm where sightless individuals go around, and look at what blind people can see – their dreams, their world, which is not just limited to the darkness. It also attempts to visualize the impairment of vision in everyday living of those who are able to see – for there is blindness even with those with good visual acuity.
Inspired by blindness in all of its sense, Pitik-Bulag is a community-based exhibition. The artists create artworks for a cause which benefited a community. The beneficiary of the exhibition is the Resources for the Blinds Inc. in Cubao, Quezon City.
Some may think there is no other world than the darkness of those who are incapable to see. Pitik-Bulag challenges the artists to offer a different viewpoint in approaching the subject of blindness.
Exhibit Featured in:
When In Manila
Do we only see what we are looking for? Or do we only see what we want to see? As we pay attention to something it can actually make us blind to other things. What we become focused on becomes the center of our world, and it shapes what we can and cannot see.