The Project Glocal and 98B COLLABoratory partners with Escolta Commercial Associations Inc. in its efforts to re-crown ESCOLTA as the Queen Street of Manila. Through the lightning residency program Transi(en)t Manila, invited artists and curators from Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and Thailand will produce installations, performances, laboratories, talks, and screenings to activate selected heritage buildings in Escolta.
Participating Artists and Curators:
Ernest Concepcion, Ian Carlo Jaucian, Mark Salvatus, Renan Ortiz (Philippines), Tetsuya Umeda, Horio Kanta, Hiroyuki Hattori, Daiya Aida (Japan), Urich Lau (Singapore), Kwok-Hin Tang, Fiona Lee, Yang Yeung (Hong Kong), Wit Pimkanchanapong (Thailand), Yung Ta Chang, Po Chih Huang (Taiwan), Kok Yoong Lim (Malaysia), Chris Brown, Johanna Poethig (USA)
|Nov 15 (Sat)||Launch of video work by Kowk-Hin Tang at Pan///|
|Nov 21 (Fri)||4:30pm Launch of installation by Earnest Concepcion at Peterson Building|
|Nov 22 (Sat)||3:00pm Talk “The Project Glocal Experience” at Juan Luna Building|
|Nov 27 (Thu)||3:30pm Talk “Art+Technology, Heritage and People”
5:00pm Workshop on technology of food
Venue: Museum of Contemporary Arts and Design and the Arts Management
Program of the School for Design and Arts-College of Saint Benilde
|Nov 29 (Sat)||2:00pm Curator’s walk through of Escolta with Dayang Yraola
6:00pm Performance at the Berg’s Department Store
|Nov 30 (Sun)||3:00pm Talk by guest curator Yang Yeung at 98B|
The project is co-presented by The Japan Foundation Manila, the Arts Management Program of DLS-College of Saint Benilde School of Design and Arts, and Red Carabao Manila, with the support of Bamboo Curtain (Taipei), National Arts Council (Singapore), Viva Manila, BMLab, Click SonicLab, Bahay Tsinoy, Old Manila Walks, Boysen and Jumbo Plastic Linoleum.