Beginning May 15, 2015 to June 15, 2015
Ayala Museum Plaza
Last, Lost, Lust for Four Forgotten Episodes is a 13 foot high sculpture by Filipino artist Toym Imao. The exhibition is also the first under the museums new outdoor art program, OpenSpace.
Initially installed at the AS Steps of Palma Hall, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Last, Lost, Lust for Four Forgotten Episodes embodies multiple imagery depicting the Marcos regime, referencing to Voltes V characters. The famous anime mecha series was cut off the air during the Martial Law of the 70s, causing much ire to the youth back then, including the artist.
This is the first of three installations Toym Imao has committed to install at the Museum Plaza.
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is multi-media visual artist based in the Philippines. He is a wood, bronze and brass sculptor, painter, writer and film maker. He first trained in the arts under Philippine National Artists for the Visual Arts Napoleon V. Abueva and Abdulmari Asia Imao (his father.) His formal training came from the University of the Philippines (Architecture) and Maryland Institute College of Art (Sculpture). He studied film under premier Philippine director Marilou Diaz-Abaya. He credits his mentor National Artist for Literature Alejandro R. Roces for his passion for Philippine history and culture.
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