Monday, November 29, 2010

KIRI DALENA + CON CABRERA | The only risk is that of opennes


THE ONLY RISK IS THAT OF OPENNESS

KIRI DALENA + CON CABRERA


November 25 – 30, 2010

STUDIO HOURS: 2pm – 6pm

November 30, 2010, Tuesday

CLOSING RECEPTION, 6pm – 10pm


Green Papaya Art Projects

41B T. Gener (corner Kamuning Rd.), Quezon City


“The only risk is that of openness” is the third on-site project of "Ephemera of Disposable Goods" an ongoing project based on temporal collaborations at green papaya art projects . Kiri Dalena and Con Cabrera instigates a dialogue with concepts and materials used on public uprisings. Both artists isolate these concepts from the street and brings them indoors to investigate.

Kiri Dalena is a visual artist and a filmmaker, she is a graduate of the University of the Philippines Los Banos and studied 16 mm filmmaking at the Mowelfund Film Institute. She has held solo exhibitions and participated in group shows in the last few years. She was born and raised in Quezon City. Kiri is a recepient of the 2009 Ateneo Art awards.

Con Cabrera, born and raised in Sasmuan, Pampanga is a graduate of Advertising Arts in University of Santo Tomas. She currently lives in Quezon City while working for a magazine publishing company and teaching part-time in Kalayaan College. She's a member of the artist alliance Artists' ARREST (Artists Response to the Call for Social Change and Transformation) since 2005. For the past five years, she has participated in a number of group exhibitions in the Manila and co-curated an exhibit of digital works in San Francisco and Oakland, CA.

The Ephemera of Disposable Goods, program of current curator-in-resident Lian Ladia, aims to present a series of collaborations between two artists of similar or dissimilar genres investigating social sculptural projects based on context of time/place, relational works and encounters. Green Papaya’s space will become an open studio facility where artists and public can engage in discussions and debates as the artists go through their process of constructions and deconstructions every session.




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