‘Psychedelic Dream’ exhibit open at the Negros Museum

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January 15, 2020
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“Psychedelic Dream in a Wild World,” an exhibit by Talisay City artist Roedil ‘Joe’ Geraldo, opened at The Negros Museum over the weekend.
“In a state of consciousness, the images we see trigger how we feel in a dream state, how we feel triggers the images our minds create,” said the artists who is known for terracotta sentinels and multidimensional art. “In a particular sense, what we see around us and how we see them initiate recollection more than familiarity.”
“Our manner of perceiving where we are has a lot more to do with our memories than it does with the actual visual plane,” he added.
The exhibit, which features 30 pieces, is scheduled to run until January 30. (PR)

(From left) Lyn Gamboa, Charlie Co, Roedil ‘Joe’ Geraldo, Arch. Frances Delos Reyes, and Dr. Don Kosuangco during the ribbon-cutting for the “Psychedelic Dream in a Wild World” exhibit, which opened at the Negros Museum over the weekend.
The exhibit, which runs until January 30, features 30 original pieces.

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