Noel Ed De Leon
Visual and performance -artist
Noel Ed De Leon (b.1976, Philippines) is an environmentalist, and a visual and performance artist. De Leon’s work includes archiving as an artistic practice, vernacular architecture,
installation, experimental sounds, raw videos, and multimedia sculptures. He explores the themes of remembrance, DNA, history, and memory; engaging with questions of how historical conflicts, migrations, ecology, and exchanges may be traced through surviving artifacts. He has presented talks, performances, and installations at the Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; Live Art Development Agency, London; Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London; Framer Framed, Amsterdam; Raven Row, London; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Vargas Museum, Manila; gdl.arch Venezia Atelier. He is also the Founder of Transnational Movement and Co-director of Batubalani Art Projects with Eva Bentcheva,
a non-profit organisation working to promote Philippine art across museums and universities in Europe.