Controversial as he may be, John Lloyd Cruz never fails to surprise us.
On September 23, Underground Gallery at Makati Cinema Square opened Ingress/Egress—a group show featuring the works of 19 artists, including mixed media installation by the actor.
Ellen Adarna, who is currently making headlines with Cruz, was also spotted during the exhibit launch.
Working under the name Idan Cruz—Idan is how his family calls him—his works feature a video installation and a collection of photographs that he took.
The video piece is mounted overhead, and so to watch it, the viewer must look up, in the same way that American artist James Turell's Skyspaces must be viewed.
Meanwhile, his photographs portray the ordinary things that happen to the actor on a regular basis.
One of them shows a parade of cameras and media reporters—perhaps a photo that Cruz took in one of his many press conferences. It gives a glimpse of the other side of fame that many celebrities like him experience.
If you follow the actor's Instagram account, then you know that he has a habit of posting photos of the mundane captured from an unusual angle.
Ingress/Egress runs until October 14 at Underground Gallery, 2/F Makati Cinema Square, 2130 Don Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City.
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