Connected Series no.2

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Reden Mandin Paa is a contemporary artist currently residing in Tagum City. His medium is predominantly acrylic paint with soft spot in wire laced patterns and lucid human figures. His artwork’s motif he said is inspired by his dream to reveal humanity’s unseated emotions through transparency and surrealism. His works is known for its wire laced designs which he said was his means to unravel his fascination with the unconscious and human complexity. He added that his work also symbolizes the gaping inadequacy of human beings hoping that this should help celebrate our known imperfections.

Reden won the Rizalian Values Art Competition showcasing his trademark wire laced themed artwork. He is also an active participant of endeavors pertaining to visual artistry and the likes. Her branded art is rooted from his wire sculpture which he began exploring in early 2017. In 2020 he incorporated this to his art and hopes to lead this brand to be truly his.



Artist Name: Reden Mandin Paa
Size: 2×2 ft
Medium: Mixed Media
Year: 2022


This piece celebrates our connection with the old world and its elements – our morbid origins. We are an eclectic group of people who believe in living a well-rounded life, and we want to show you that it’s not just about the outside.

We believe in living your best life by embracing both the past and present, which is why we have chosen to highlight tribal patterns in this piece. We want to show you how much we love this idea of being connected to our ancestors, and how important it is for us to honor them through our clothing choices.

We’ve outgrown our tribal origins, but we pay homage to our heritage. We are a group of people that love to embrace the culture, arts, and society, and we want to show you how much we adore this idea of celebrating the past and embracing the present.


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