An avant-garde art activation nestled within the lush confines of Ayala Triangle by Art House and Search Mindscape Foundation, in partnership with AyalaLand and Ayala Malls.



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    Leeroy New (b. 1986, General Santos City) is an artist-designer whose practice overlaps and intersects with film, theater, product design, and fashion. Originally trained as a sculptor, he tried everything from production design for film, to working with fashion designers, to creating 3D mock ups for commercial purposes. He was able to integrate this inclination to move from one mode of creative production to another as the spine of his creative practice.

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    Based in Quezon City, Ronna Manansala is the granddaughter of Philippine National Artist, Vicente S. Manansala. Despite the familial association, Ronna rises to the role of artist in her own right. Before becoming a professional artist, Ronna pursued a career in dance. In the midst of her career, she found herself a single mother, and in hopes of supporting her family, made the difficult decision to work abroad, far away from family and friends. Her mother’s illness made her return to the Philippines for good. Amidst troubled times, she found comfort in painting. For many years, she had been afraid to display her talent, afraid that she would never measure up to her Lolo’s standards.

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  • 0270501

    0270501 is well-known for using raw, organic materials to produce massive, textured paintings, sculptures, and installations. The artist has found an expressive strength in the material pigments they source and the basic simplicity of his materials. Seeking to overcome conceptual limitations,0270501 focuses on material investigation, creative gesture, and the spiritual connection between the artist and the work. The artist has defined his creative process as a "controlled chaos" that produces "something always new.” The creations become artifacts and mementos that represent the artist's dialogue with the raw material from which they were created.

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    Níccolo José is a Filipino visual artist and self-taught woodworker who creates one of a kind sculptural furniture, abstract sculpture pieces, and unique wood interiors crafted from up-cycling reclaimed old wood in order to breathe new life into them, contributing to the art movement of the Philippines while being an advocate for the environment. He earned a double degree in Environmental Studies and Studio Art in Lewis & Clark College (Portland, Oregon).

    For Níccolo, every piece of wood has its own story; he gets inspiration from the conditions that contributed to their uniqueness. By studying its color, grain, natural forms, strength, and flexibility he has an intimate relationship with his materials.

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Purchase a Sipa Ball Christmas Gift Pouch inspired by the "Elemental" installation of Leeroy New for only PHP500. For every purchase, PHP100 will be donated to A Liter of Light Foundation and Art House Educational Fund.