Jeepneys is a multidisciplinary artist residing somewhere between Los Angeles and outer-space. Jeepneys is named after the colorful and iconic public transportation vehicles that populate the Philippine islands, originating from discarded U.S. WWII army jeeps. In the spirit of that transformation, Jeepneys uses Earthly materials to create other-worldy sounds, movements, and visuals, manifesting “electro Pinayism waves” that travel through space and time to heal and inspire love. Navigating through science (non)fictional terrains and magical landscapes, Jeepneys sows a deep spiritual connection with her environment, ancestors, and intuition. She is constantly seeking the wisdom of the cosmos and exploring the infinite possibilities to heal through art and music.
Jeepneys has exhibited at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), MOMA PS1, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Presents, and the ALOUD series for LA Public Library. She has toured the United States and Europe as a solo performer and is a member of the all women of color artists’ group, Black Salt Collective.