Creative Direction: Renalli Trajano and Daniel Estropia
Production Heads: Felice Gagelonia and Therese Javier
Twisted Tales was an exhibit that presented the artistic reinterpretations of childhood stories through multimedia art and installation.

The exhibit was a collaboration of 20 graduating students from the Multimedia Arts degree program of De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde.

Louigi Abelardo | Nicole Aniceto | Demy Cruz Jr. | Gabriel Del Carmen | Daniel Estropia | Diego Eusebio | Ellis Gagelonia | Aaron Go | Frances Danica Go | Chino Granda | Therese Javier | Ian Lorezo | Mark Marcos | Gelic Que | Diane Rosales | Justine Severino | Jefferson Tan | Renalli Trajano | Gio Villamar | Louise Villanueva

Twisted Tales was part of the 9 exhibits comprising Multimedia Arts Festival last April 10-12, 2013 at Rockwell Tent (Makati City).
The Poster
Layout and Illustration by Daniel Estropia and the whole team
Each of the team members illustrated a character or an element from an assigned story and contributed to the final design of the poster. 

Multimedia Arts Festival Logo by Ralph Baleña
 
The Ink Blot Seal
by Felice Gagelonia: http://bit.ly/Ygdt2u
 
Teaser Video: The Writer
Storyboarding, Direction, and Performance: Daniel Estropia
Video Production: Renalli Trajano and Louigi Abelardo
Sound Design: Ian Lorezo
Production Crew: Felice Gagelonia and Demy Cruz Jr.
The idea was to introduce the exhibit through a persona (a writer) who oversees the whole world of Twisted Tales. It was from his imagination where the different stories were created. 
 
Six Installations
6 Installations were produced. An Installation for "the writer", and 5 installations for 5 big stories chosen and retold by the team. (Red Riding Hood, Alice in Wonderland, Mulan, Peterpan, and Tarzan).
Video Production: Renalli Trajano and Diane Rosales
Every installation were made up of different multimedia elements such as videos, games, photographs, illustrations, graphic designs, and paper and starch. The whole exhibit were actually physically strengthened by the starch or "gawgaw" as we call it in the Philippines. 
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Twisted Tales is the exhibit that was fashioned from the obscure pages of literature, given a new spin. The exhibit is part of the Multimedia Art Read More
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