Hemline: Unholy Duty
Sarah Geneblazo is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, Major in Visual Communication, and is the current President of Neo Angono Artists Collective Inc. Her works narrate her personal experience with childhood trauma; a therapeutic art process towards healing. She was a finalist in the PLDT -DPC National Art Competition in 2010, and placed first in the Department of Agrarian Reform Mural Painting Contest in 2006 in Lipa City, Batangas, the prize of which helped her pay her tuition during her first year in UP Diliman. She has showcased her work abroad and in Art Fair Philippines 2016, as well as local art galleries Galerie Stephanie, Blanc Gallery, West Gallery and J Studio.
Time is the catalyst that allows art to come out of the labor that must be mustered to accomplish the task. Kat Grow presents her first solo exhibition “Terraforming Rituals” with works on paper and a sculptural installation, where she allows herself to become the conduit between the earth and art - a worker for a master that has watched since the dawn of mankind.
Grow graduated from the University of the Philippines majoring in Painting, and has joined group exhibitions at Kaida Contemporary, Artery Art Space, and Sining Kamalig, as well as displayed works at the NCCA Gallery and the Erehwon Art Center. A multidisciplinary artist, Kat has taught various workshops on charcoal, pastel, ink, watercolor, and oil painting, and has won the Sculpture Category Grand Prize Winner in the 46th Shell National Student Art Competition. In 2014 she was awarded the Artery artist-run space Mentorship Program.