Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 91cm (H) x 121cm (W) / 35.8" (H) x 47.6" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Artwork was a part of Mijan jumalon’s exhibit Baggage revolution.
Based in: Philippines
MIJAN JUMALON comes from a family of painters from the southern part of the Philippines in Mindanao. She has spent 3 decades as a visual artist and has had numerous art exhibitions launched in many parts of the country in Manila, Davao, Cebu, as well as abroad, in Rome and in Singapore. Recently she has ventured into production design and film-making. Her first short documentary entitled, “MAGLABAY RA IN SAKIT” (a Tausug phrase which roughly translates to “this pain will pass”) which showcases the spirit and resilience of RKJun, a young musician in Zamboanga City who is determined to pursue rap music even as he is beset by the challenges of poverty, loss, and the effects of terrorism in Southern Mindanao, has won 1st RUNNER-UP & BEST EDITING Awards in the ISTORYA NG PAG-ASA Film Festival (INPFF 2019), BEST DOCUMENTARY in the Globe Indie Film Festival (.GIFF 2019), BEST DOCUMENTARY & BEST ORIGINAL SONG in the 17th Mindanao Film Festival (MFF 2019), and BEST FILM in the Bangsamoro Film Festival (BSFF 2020).
She has just finished filming her first short feature film entitled “OLA” for Cinemarya—a film festival of women’s stories initiated by the Film Development Council of the Philippines.
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