COMFORT, DISCOMFORT (Part II)

 ARCHAEOLOGY ON ART: SULHIYA BISHOP CHAIR AS MATERIAL CULTURE.   Here is the second installment of the article which I wrote a week ago on the subjects, material culture and art installation—- a mini research which I wrote  for the art work (a plate requirement ) that I exhibited with my classmates for a Fine…

COMFORT, DISCOMFORT

ARCHAEOLOGY ON ART: SULHIYA BISHOP CHAIR  AS MATERIAL CULTURE The Bishop’s Chair “But was this simplicity a product of the taste of individuals, or of received notions about the proprieties of domestic life?”— Adrian Forty (Author of Objects of Desire) The connotation of the object which is a  bishop’s chair (three chairs actually)  that I…

Before I Begin (Again)

There have been various reasons why a trying hard blogger like me resolves in a period of hiatus. But there’s always this single ultimate reason that may “justify” the act and that is the attitude of laziness. Laziness is a disease. Lack of topic can be resolved by immersion to a certain experience may that…

March

It is the graduation season in my country – the march of the hopeful former students who are now officially calling themselves as the graduates.  It was not long ago that I graduated from my 3rd course at the University of the Philippines. It was two years ago. Don’t be misled because I did not…