A message from KKSILOG:
"Lumayo Ka Sa Araw" at KSW on May 28th has been postponed to next year. As much as we were looking forward to sharing this piece with our community, part of our project is recognizing and being able to vocalize when we do need to step back to take care of ourselves. We hope you understand and we are truly sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Lumayo Ka Sa Araw (Stay Away from the Sun) is a multi-disciplinary work by KKSILOG, interdisciplinary artist collaborative Kim Requesto and Kim Acebo Arteche, that explores themes of healing generational trauma from within their matriarchal lineages through (temporary) installation, photography, video projection, and dance. Informed by dance ritual movement in their respective trainings in Black vernacular dance (street dance), and Philippine folkloric dance, KKSILOG weaves together reflective dialogue between the experiences of their mothers and grandmothers with their present-day experiences of colonial beauty standards, colorism, self-worth, productivity, and internalized capitalism.
“Lumayo Ka Sa Araw” offers loving reflections on the healing process of witnessing their mothers' & grandmothers' traumas, and encouraging acceptance and self-love in their matriarchal lineages. KKSILOG hopes to plant seeds of transformation by normalizing upward generational healing--tending to and healing the soil that they grew from.
Kim Requesto, Kim Acebo Arteche
Lumayo Ka Sa Araw is KKSILOG’s first official collaboration. Process-driven through lenses of transformational generational healing, Requesto & Arteche work with both historic and family archives, including photographs, text messages, voicemails, and recorded dialogues with their mothers/grandmothers to understand and create reflections of these experiences of beauty standards, skin color, self-worth, productivity, and internalized capitalism.
Follow KKSILOG at @kimbr @kimrequesto
1246 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94103
Google map and directions
ASL interpretation will be available for the duration of the event.
In an effort to keep our community safe during this time of pandemic, kindly stay home if you are feeling unwell or if you have had possible COVID-19 exposure. Vaccines, face masks and social distancing are strongly encouraged. Let's continue to keep each other safe.
If you require any special accommodations or assistance, please contact [email protected].
This event will be photographed and video recorded for archival and promotional purposes. By attending this event, you consent to the potential of your image being shared publicly through APICC's channels.