Habi

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HABI presents set of images from the actual art of loomweaving that is then juxtaposed with emotions of pain, anger, and despair. These woven threads serve as time segments of these pains. The warp is a representation of these experiences while the weft is the present time wherein the experiences are being accepted and woven.

A form of being who is born without pains must be able to endure the rapid current of the stream of life. It must then learn how to weave these experiences in order to have a fully realized life through letting go.

Warp – the threads that go over and under the loom Weft – crosswise threads

Hernandez, A. H. (2014). Habi, Unpublished Undergraduate Thesis, University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication

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Weaving, Life, Acceptance, Thread Dying