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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Underground | Can't Tell Where Alpha Ends & Omega Begins

05.03.2016 – Juan Alcazaren is a graduate of University of the Philippines with the course of architecture. Recently he’s more known in the art scene with his solo shows in well-established art galleries both local & international.

This is his first solo art show at the Underground gallery, and not only he brings new art works, but also installations that feature his vision using plastic bricks that includes recycled material from broken glass, paper, and plastic.

His latest solo show "Can't Tell Where Alpha Ends & Omega Begins" defines his perspective use primarily of plastic oversize bricks for some of the pieces being exhibit at the lower ground gallery.

But the one that catches your eye is the plastic bricks and also utilizes other materials to produce installations that can be used as display in your home. Well-lighted neon jars or an expressive electric fan that shouts out “NO” in bright neon red lights can simply become a conversation piece if you know where to place it.

The primary attraction in this exhibit are the art pieces that have the colorful plastic bricks as well as recycled materials turn them into installations that harkens back to some of your childhood playing with these interconnecting blocks or reusing some materials for your school projects seemed quite out of the ordinary if you have broken glass formerly part of a well known beer product.

It’s going to be a challenge to explain further what they are like if you missed the launch Tuesday night, but here are some of them on display at the Underground gallery that might give you an idea when you make the visit:

“Can't Tell Where Alpha Ends & Omega Begins" is the latest solo art show from Juan Alcazaren at the Underground’s lower ground at the Makati Square on exhibit from May 2 to 23, 2016.

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