Monday, March 2, 2015


Last Friday (on February 27), in the late afternoon when the sun wasn't as harsh, Brisa and I worked at the field at the same time. Friends Alee and Romina came by.

It was our tenth day of work there and it was supposed to be our last but we weren't quite satisfied with what we had done so far so we decided to work a few days more.

Prior to this day, I had worked at the field for two non-consecutive days and was unable to take photographic documentation as I had no camera and no photographer friends were able to make it. This made me really consider the importance of documentation in performative projects and how one sees and values working and work when "the audience" might not see them in person or in photographs and even on social media.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

DAY 8 : Exactly a week and a day!

It was a festal Sunday. Families were having a picnic near our installation, the reason why Les Lee’s landscape was slightly ruined by the visitors around. Luckily, A Japanese kid was guided by his Mother to repair Les Lee’s line and finish it straightaway.  He was so cute and cuddly!

Also, my good friend Joash visited the site and helped me document all the progress of my work. While talking to him I noticed that some part of my formation was imbalanced to the landscape I was creating. I removed it and focused on the tiled rocks arrangements instead.  

Joash and I spent the afternoon taking photos of each other. We finished the day with a kiss!

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Day 6 & 7 : A Monument of Sala, Bedroom and Toilet

First, I observed all the rocks we collected. I immediately had an interest with the cement and tile rubbles. In two days, I sort and form all according to familiar areas at home. It was fun!

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Day 5: a monday, a line

First day at the open field: drawing (on) the landscape!

Monday, February 16, 2015

Day 4, From the Stud Farm to the Open Field


The rocks are on-site!

Brisa and I (with the help of Kuya Reggie, Kuya Chris, and this huge payloader) spent the afternoon transporting everything we had gathered at the Stud Farm last week onto the open field by the College of Mass Communication (a.k.a. "Hippie Hill"). We start work there tomorrow!

Friday, February 13, 2015

Day 3, Old Stud Farm

This afternoon, a group of kids from the area came by and decided they also wanted to collect rocks and play with our hair.

Brisa and I spent the day collecting more rocks and debris; we have several piles of material set aside to be transported to the installation site on Monday!

(Photo documentation by Les Lee)

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Day 2, Old Stud Farm

We continue to gather rocks and other debris at the Old Stud Farm to be transferred to the open field by the College of Mass Communication (visible from the Academic Oval) later in the week. Once we have these materials onsite, we will proceed with the project of creating structures and forms there on a daily basis with the two of us working on alternate days until the end of February.

(Photo documentation by Marian Adela Ramirez)

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Day 1, Old Stud Farm


(Photo documentation by Marian Adela Ramirez)