Drone Progression//

Performance during launch https://youtu.be/zRGmY7Z4hWk

          This is not a two-(wo)man show.

          This is a collaborative work between two artists who did not know each other until the day of 


          This is not its final form.

          This is an experiment of medium and form, using ceramic and electronic components, to 

             produce new sounding instruments.

Drone Progression, is an appropriation of the musical concept of harmonic progression. Drone is supposed to be steady, or the base sound of a music composition. Progression is the act of creating series of chord changes to create the harmony of the piece. The auditory experience therefore that this piece will try to achieve is the relay between stasis and mobility of either the object of listening (sound from the ceramic components, the electronic assemblage, or other appendages that makes the sounding) or the act of listening (as the audience can go around and within the installation to experience the work).

Gerecho Iniel Cruz (1985) took Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising with Diploma in Graphic Arts and Printing Technology from Far Eastern University. He has been exhibiting and have received numerous distinctions as a visual artist since 2004. In 2009, Gerecho started exploring open source materials for electronics, which redirected his interest to media and sound art.

Jezzel Lorraine Wee (1991) received Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines in 2013. She attended apprenticeship at Tsugaru Kanayama Pottery in Aomori, Japan from 2014 to 2017. She is currently the facilitator for Ceramics Workshop at the UP College of Fine Arts. This is her first media and sound art project.

Acknowledging the generous support of following friends: Zaxx Abraham, Dindin Araneta, Elmer Borlongan, Richard Burgos, Anjeline de Dios, Gaby Dela Merced, Verne dela Peña, Ricky Francisco, Joseph Gabriel, Martin Galan, Billie Sue Go-Lim, Toym Imao, Malek Lopez, Mico Manalo, Mikhaela Regala, Mitzi Reyes, Pia Reyes, Raha Rodriguez, Waya Santos, Osie Tiangco, Millet Yraola-Yulo.

This exhibit is part of Dayang Yraola’s curatorial experimentations on process-based art production.