How can the inherent nature of vision affect and bring a person into his or her own decisions?
Recuperating old and bringing new narratives on a breathing farm - “Yielding Nodes” group exhibition gathers artists in questioning the process that takes place before a certain outcome comes visible.
How certain aspects of time, space, knowledge, self and intent rounds up in making a produce? Will the process matter less, in comparison from a specific image in mind honed and formed? Or will it be the latter, as the finished product now be seen as traces nor residues subjected unto one’s mind?
Adhering to such questions, the group exhibition examines ways to juxtapose meanings and relations as it is deliberately situated within a farm in Silang, Cavite. Coming to play around the theme of produce: to offer, view or notice, a means to disseminate; a cause to have an existence or to happen – as a key to transpire tension; to ponder upon and let one surrender to the process of production; before truly harvesting one's crops and aims to propose more questions as it entails a never ending act as long as it is decided to be - in hope of binding and come in full circle of one’s practice and experiences.
Para://Site Projects in collaboration with Mikki Luistro and Saree Gloria featuring works by
JESED FRANCIS MORENO
June 16, 2018
Bring your own tumblers at baunan for food at possible change of clothes just in case it rains. Tents and sleeping bags are encouraged (kung hindi umulan that night)
Chaotic Festivies, 2017, Photographs and cardboards formed into fiesta banderitas; rope, c-prints, carboard, masking tape; size variable
photo credit: Abbey and Emen Batocabe