Oil + wax on linen
103cm H x 120cm W
Chloe Caday is an emerging painter currently based in She Oaks, Victoria. Drawing inspiration from her Filipino roots, her practice explores the importance of travel and connection to the land as it signifies the historical, cultural and spiritual connections within place.
Says Chloe of this work: “An afternoon under a hand-built bamboo platform, two ladies perform the itik-itik – a mimetic folk dance, originating from the province of Surigao in Philippines. The history of Philippine folk dancing incorporates influences from immigrants and conquerors while at the same time maintaining distinctly Filipino roots. Philippine folk dancing is a true reflection of daily life in past centuries while enchanting modern audiences at the same time.”
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