Mariano G. Montelibano III

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Mariano G. Montelibano III


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Mariano G.

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Montelibano III

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The Philippine Pavilion, Tie a String Around the World, 56th Venice Biennale





Biographical Text

Mariano G. Montelibano III is a Visayan media artist who focuses his works on the psychology of current social, political, economic, and religious structures. In recent years, his works have been included in the exhibitions Art Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, The Philippine Contemporary: To Scale the Past and the Possible, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, the Philippines (2013); END FRAME VIDEO ART PROJECT 3, Gallery Nova, the Philippines (2011); KM1: What Remains What Disappears, Fort Santiago, Manila, the Philippines (2012); Echoes of Alliances, Alliance Francaise Foundation, Paris (2013); Move On Asia, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruche, Germany (2012); VIVA EXCON, Art Center, Cebu, the Philippines (2010); Beyond Protest: Philippine Social Realism, Ateneo Rockwell Campus, the Philippines (2012); and Modes of Impact, Ateneo Art Gallery, the Philippines (2012), among others. Aside from being a video and sound installation artist, Mariano G. Montelibano III is a film and stage director, cultural worker, editor, technical specialist, and teaches in the University of St. La Salle in Bacolod City, the Philippines.

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