BenCab Museum


The Bencab Museum is committed to the promotion of the arts, and the preservation, conservation and protection of the environment, as well as the culture and traditions of the Cordilleras (mountains of the Northern Philippines).

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The marginalia road show

Alaskan artist James Riordan takes an obscure idea to the masses, and gets an unlimited—and
sometimes unwieldy—spectrum of interpretations. iPhone? watch here

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Visions in 8bit

Jean Kim is an 8bit visualist using a combination of obsolete and modern technologies to project her
art, and her ideas about music on the musicians themselves. iPhone? watch here

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Solar powered dance

Behind the scenes of choreographer Tzu Ying Lee’s piece ‘The Land Between Us’, part of Solar1’s
solar powered dance series. iPhone? watch here

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Slavery, still alive and coming to your town

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is bringing the exhibition to you via the Florida Modern Day
Slavery Museum
. Current cases of slavery and disturbing artifacts tell of the secret atrocities behind
that tomato you’re slicing up for dinner. iPhone? watch here

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Parlour

A nomadic gallery that installs art in the homes of people throughout the five boroughs of our fair
city. iPhone? watch here.

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Marcel Broodthaers = historical deviant

Broodthaers, an enigma of the art world, was one of the first to get his art out of the establishment
and into his basement. iPhone? watch here.

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comic architecture

At Superfront, Jimenez Lai envisions the inevitable future where the footprint of Central Park is
extruded into a cement, skyscraping, urban planning debacle. iPhone? watch here.

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visiting hours for art

St. Nicks Alliance, a place based service organization, re-imagined the old Greenpoint Hospital as
a new art space. iPhone? watch here.

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music + time = Tijuana

Jorge left a lucrative design job to focus full-time on his music, recorded as Solo Dos en Tijuana.
iPhone? watch here.

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Mendoza on “Prey”


Brillante Mendoza talks about his hand in direction.

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No Man’s Land


A crane operator’s perspective on life and death and Boltanski’s installation.

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