MANILA - PHILIPPINES
Mvltiverse (Manila, Philippines, est. 2014) is an experimental digital art project by Derek Tumala & Clarissa Gonzalez focusing to create new approach on forms of the moving image through live performances, coding, new media & electronics, light, installation, parties and collaborations. Mvltiverse has created works with a range of practices and platforms: from musicians Daedelus, Caliph8, Tarsius; dance platforms: Unknwn, Elephant, XXXX club; cultural institutions: Cultural Center of the Philippines, HUB Make Lab, Instituto Cervantes. Working with a diverse set allows Mvltiverse to explore on what the moving image can be and expand its definition from the rectangular screen. Mvltiverse has produced “installation parties” in which they tried to create an exhibition and discourse inside a party, these “installation parties" pronounce critical and subversive ideals in a setting where people thought of as a space for hedonism. “Electropicalia” is about trying to define what modern “Filipino” identity is, while “2069” is about the speculative technofutures of Manila where the Chinese neo-colonial setting is inimitable.
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