THE HIDDEN WAR : RE - IMAGINING THE CENTER
artworks against mediated and commodified violence
niko loren c. dela cruz / john paul verdera antido / gretchen flores & carmel lim / gerson r. flores / michael angelo g. lampayan / deodato m. pairez & anna cabardo / deodato m. pairez / ian a. quirante / patrick anthony d. caballa / jan virnice t. sering / jong pairez & anna cabardo / gandelyn yu / ana shariah salcedo / gerard d. baja / amos manlangit / roland tristan a. beronilla / edrick daniel / ronald remolacio / dylan jon m. ferrer
       
     
back to intro


close up

technical requirements:
- standard requirements

the conflict in nations is brought about by the conflict in individuals
amos manlangit  
     
     

amos manlangit on
the conflict in nations is brought about by the conflict in individuals:

conflict in nations emanate from conflicts in individuals.

in the end, the question will be directed to each person: war will always happen, what will you do to stop it?

and the solution is always right inside of us.

text by the artist

Y.O.P.:
2003

SIZE:
8.5"x11"
MEDIUM:
survey forms and charcoal on board

biographical notes:

NAME : Amos Manlangit
BIRTHDAY : ---
TEL. NO. : ---
EMAIL: amosite@lycos.com

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
I am a 22-year old
junior from the Painting Department
in the University of the Philippines.
I was previously 225 pounds
and now weigh 140. Just imagine
what struggle I underwent
with such physical change.
Many challenges confronted
and continue to spice up my life:
from a 6-month crash diet that went yo-yo
for two years to bringing the shape back, from
believing in Nietzshe to wanting to correct
Hitler's mistakes. My life ranged from
the extremity of aloneness in high school
to being a college servant as the present chair
of the student council. I explored with
issues of God, intense friendships, even with the sexuality issue. Among all of these,
my simple pleasure is to have an imageless image,
to get out of the box, contribute to
a disciplined society and serve the people.
In the end, I would always want
to see that God was in it all the way.
Life is beautiful.

       
       
       

kanonmedia.com, non - profit org for new media

 
 
 
up