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Edition of 10
Dimensions: 80cm(H) x 80cm(W) / 31.5"(H) x 31.5"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
Part of the series: The Hermit’s Way of Looking at Life II
The photo-manipulations works here show the artist’s insight and commentary on the society that he lives in; life through social media, emotions that he goes through as in relation to the current state of society and to the artist's inner circle - as a receiver and observer. All these issues created from an almost hermit point of view.
Why hermit though? It's because, a period of time was used to deliberately ponder on these thoughts to successfully create the emotions the artist intends to convey.
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Hometown: Quezon City, Philippines
Based in: Taichung, Taiwan
Born in Manila, Philippines in 1986. He is a visual artist who focuses on photography, photo-manipulation and installations. His work is inspired by the imagined memories of nostalgic and dream-like environments; his works documents their decline into post-apocalyptic, nightmarish creations.
Manalo has exhibited in several countries - Australia, England, Germany, Georgia, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Philippines, Poland, Serbia, South Korea, Taiwan, UK and USA. He has won the 2010 1st prize in the Digital Art Category at the Art Museum of Chianciano Terme, Italy and 2011 Best Photography Illustration from The Redmond Digital Arts Festival in Washington, USA, 2015 2nd place in the Secret Art Prize from the Curious Duke Gallery in London and Nominated for the APBF Signature Art Prize of 2014 from the Singapore Art Museum. He was also named as one of 2014 and 2017 Asia's Top Ten Most Inspiring Visual Artists in Asia by the Top 10 Publications in Malaysia. He currently lives in Taichung, Taiwan where he recently has been doing a lot of public art installations.
He also is an editor for an art magazine called Magazine 43.
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