2009: 1-5 The inception of The Kilusan Collective, Logo & Collateral Design | Unfortunate circumstances had us taking down artwork early, before it could be properly documented. Dodgy documentation, cobbled together. | 6 Handpainted Mabuhay Mat welcomed visitors to the exhibit | 7-11 Scans of hand drawn Filipino-style Kilusan Headstones, which lay on the floor under thin crystalline urethane air-cushioned mats, the viewer walks over them. | 12-13 Handpainted Wood Crates, part of working marketplace installation complete with tindera (shopkeeper), tawad for authentic Filipino goods. | 14 Sidenote: Kilusan still loves bibingka