Solo exhibit — Blanc Gallery

How Still, How Fast




For an Album
Adrienne Rich

Our story isn’t a file of photographs
faces laughing under green leaves
or snowlit doorways, on the verge of driving
away, our story is not about women
victoriously perched on the one
sunny day of the conference,
nor lovers displaying love:

Our story is of moments when even slow motion moved too fast
for the shutter of the camera:
words that blew our lives apart, like so,
eyes that cut and caught each other,
mime of the operating room
where gas and knives quote each other
moments before the telephone
starts ringing: our story is
how still we stood,
how fast.
How Still, How Fast
Blanc Gallery, Peninsula Manila
June 23 — July 14, 2012

Documentation by Luis Santos




— exhibit invite



XO: 1967


XO: 1976


XO: 1977




— Therese
— Blue Monday
— Wait for Winter
— Mr.November



— Ghosts One

— Ghosts Two


— A Quiet Night
— Sleep in Our Clothes
— Quantum Leaps

— We Are Not a Football Team

— Half-Awake

— Half the Horizon
— Rosy-Minded Fuzz — Pluto




five small undocumented works, from L-R: If People Will Only Look, Nothing Worth Knowing,
Self-Portrait: Feet, Self-Portrait: Train, Bokonon No. 14






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