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Please come to the launching of:
women romancing the senses: a photo exhibit

25 April 2006

8:30 p.m.
Penguin Cafe (Rock Ola Cafe)
Remedios Circle Malate

Featuring the works of:
Carol Bello: i love
Damdamin : Capturing emotionscapes of people and nature. Known more as the vocalist-chantress of Pinikpikan band, Carol's interest in development issues and rights, performing arts, indigenous communities, volunteerism, feminisms, nature, and spiritual sensuality fuel her motivations in pursuing photography as another venue of _expression of thoughts and emotions.

Libay Linsangan Cantor:Zoom In/Zoom Out
Nothing escapes her eyes. Libay is a keen observer of life and non-life, and a prolific orator of fact and fiction, image or word. Zoom in or out. Libay is a film writer and broadcast director, faculty at the University of the Philippines Film Institute, two-time Palanca awardee for her short stories, poet and staunch guardian of sexual rights.

Indira Endaya: Sense of *Wander*
Indi has made some improvisations on lo-res travel portraits using freeware (called the Rasterbator 1.2 and the GIMP 2.3.8.;) juxtaposing the manipulated images with memoir-ish messages on Dymo tape. Indi works as Media Specialist for the School for the Deaf at DLS-CSB after years of broadcast work on both the FM and AM bands and as project officer of Isis International-Manila.

Aileen Familara: Urban Sense
Sentimental urbanite. Found texts in urban environment, jarring contexts, the absurd, the non-sequitur. Aileen is currently working at Isis International-Manila, a women's information-communication non-government organization. Also a writer, visual artist and IT enthusiast, her various interests intersect and inform her photo and art works.


Music by Carol Bello and other artists. Those who want to jam afterwards can do so. Cocktails will be served. Thanks!

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