See How Young Artists View Life Through These Abstract Artworks
In “Anyplace Whatever,” ongoing at Artery Art Space, Catalina Africa-Espinosa, Richard Quebral, and Mai Saporsantos interpret another way of “looking and living,” dissecting through various forms of art the places, events, global concerns, politics, and chance encounters that influence our daily lives.
Africa-Espinosa’s abstract mixed-media compositions are her meditations on existence, personal discovery, and the joy of living. In her creative visions, assembled with found materials overlapped with painting, sculpture, or video, the world is seen as “labyrinths of joy and wonder,” where everyday objects can attain a deeper meaning. She graduated from the University of the Philippines College of Fine
Similarly, Saporsantos' work invokes “dream sequences, personal anecdotes, observed reality, and the interpretation of its objects.” The meanings of her abstract artworks are deliberately confusing, the goal
This story was originally published in the November 2017 issue of Town&Country.