Inevitable, Jessie Malaquila

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    This artwork explores the idea of reconfiguration of old customs and traditions harmonizing a modern and more rational world. The bamboos symbolize the new way of thinking, a group acting as agent of change shaping old beliefs represented by the dead woods into a model of simplicity characterized by the tripod bamboos in a circle. The process of change is a healing process.
    Jessy Malaquilla has more than 20 years of extensive experience as art director, computer graphic artist, photographer, video editor and caricaturist. His artworks are often presented in fashions that are chatty, stimulating and clear using a variety of materials and methods. He has participated in several exhibits including, WORLD PENTAX DAY (2012), EXIST 2 EXIST at Kulay Diwa Gallery (2006), and TUGMAAN at the Australian Centre (1994).

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