Artist Artwork
Yason Banal

For a long time the glitch remained motionless... and in disbelief!, 2019

(Notes on a New Society)
Multi channel video installation comprised of the artist’s videos and Youtube downloads
 
(Miffed Film Festival)
New but slowed down wifi account in Brunei Gallery to match the Philippines’ internet speed, Youtube channel containing trailers of the films featured in the 1stManila International Film Festival
Duration variable depending on wifi speed.
 
(City of Man, city of Pearl)
Lasercut acrylic and 3D print, Manila Film Centre Reader
45.72 x 60.96 x 17.78 cm
 
(Untitled Reformation)
Data dossiers on tarpaulin and fabric, barcoded ‘book alikes’ until page 69 based on the PHP – GBP exchange rate, decommissioned SOAS CCTV cameras, commissioned genre oil paintings, chroma blue drone painting, drone painter-filmmaker, speaker headphones with karaoke bar audio.
 Jon Cuyson
Multivariable installation with paintings, found objects, sculpture, sound, fabrics and text.
Cian Dayrit

Northern Conquests in Oriental Soil and Sea, 2019

Tapestry, archival objects and documents arranged in museum vitrines
Tapestry
215 cm x 238 cm
Produced in collaboration with Henry Caceres and Karin Beharrell of Hand and Lock Commissioned with the support of Gaswork.
Lizza May David/Gabriel Rossell Santillan 
Installation with single-channel video, museum vitrine, and wallpaper 
26’ x 36’.
 Michelle Dizon
Multi-image slide and sound installation with texts.
Eisa Jocson Featured work
 
Becoming White, 2018
Princess Parade
Video documentation of public intervention
 
Magiting Sessions
Video documentation of Princess Studies rehearsals
 
Colouring White
Framed A4 and A3 coloured copies from Manila and Shanghai
 
Colouring White, 2019
Photocopies for the audience to take and colour
Produced with Rockbund Art Museum, Cultural Center of the Philippines’ 13 Artists Awards 2018, and Bangkok Art Biennale 2018
 
Princess Studies, 2019
Koppel Project Central, London Part of Motions of this Kind: Proposition and Problems of Belatedness at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS.
Amy Lien and Enzo Camacho
 
Notes on “The Angry Christ”, 2019
Charcoal, real/imitation blood, molasses, semen and soil
Dimensions variable
 
Notice of Coverage, 2019
Ink, candle wax, watercolor, and gouache on paper made from cotton, bagasse, tree bark and organic carbonated rice hulls
36 cm x 25 cm
 
Beneficiaries, 2019
Ink, candle wax, watercolor, and gouache on paper made from cotton, bagasse, sugarcane flowers and bird’s nests
36 cm x 25 cm
 
Death Curve, 2019
Ink, candle wax, watercolor, and gouache on paper made from cotton, bagasse and organic carbonated rice hulls
36 cm x 25 cm
 
Immersion, 2019
Ink, candle wax, watercolor, and gouache on paper made from cotton, bagasse (a fibrous byproduct of cane sugar manufacturing) and palm husk 66 cm x 30 cm.
Kat Medina 
 
Minding the pit, 2019
Cotton thread, rope, glass beads, acrylic glass, oil paint on canvas, glue, photo paper onnyl on net stretched in wooden frame
152.4 cm x 152.4 cm
Commissioned with support from The Drawing Room, Manila
 
Making and unraveling a loom, 2019
Pair of two paintings with cotton thread, wooden frame
Glue
35.6 cm x 45.7 cm (each) Commissioned with support from The Drawing Room, Manila.
Mark Salvatus
Blue Moon, 2019
Video installation in single channel with masks, vinyl, and LEDs.
8’, dimensions variable Produced by Salvage Project.
Cristina Juan and Delphine Mercier
Archival display
Dimensions variable
Commissioned with support from Philippine Studies, SOAS and UCL Anthropology. Courtesy of SOAS Library, UCL Ethnographic Collection, and Sir Richard and Lady Hyde Parker of Melford Hall, Suffolk.