Ivan is a video artist and animator who currently works as a motion designer and in-house director for his studio, The Acid House. He is the Silver World Medal winner in the 2014 New York Festivals Best in TV & Film. When not diving head-first into the experimental realm, Ivan lives in Paranaque City with his wife and son, along with their four dogs.
Auggie is co-founder of the artist collective Pilipinas Street Plan. He’s joined numerous group shows and has been exhibiting as a solo artist since 2012. Auggie’s illustrations are rendered in clear, neat outlines, drawing inspiration from gang emblems and prison insignias. He is also an active member of the graffiti crew KST.
Tin Garcia has been regularly exhibiting as a solo artist and participating in group shows since 2009. She works primarily with mixed media on canvas, but also creates installation art and assemblages.
Tin is an original voice in BDSM-oriented art. Her vivid tableaus revolve around bondage and fetish, death, and women’s issues. In her work, religious iconography, humor, and domesticity twist together to create these striking forms.
Visit her at tinfgarcia.com
Pauline works with canvas, mixed media, video, and sound to create her brand of uniquely narrative fiction. She has participated in a number of local and international group shows. Pauline is also one-half of the experimental duo behind the shows Glass Feathers (2011) and Amniotic (2012), and represented Pablo in the 2013 Art Fair Philippines with an urban art installation called Music for the Impaired.