The current global crisis is affecting us in almost every way and we are constantly turning to new venues to conquer adversity. Creativity holds enormous power for change, and can make something out of nothing. It is an age-old universal practice and forces people to be creative with what they have. Taking a cue from Filipino resilience seen in the the lumpia, corn, and ice cream sellers on the streets of Manila, and the creative entrepreneurs found all over the country, this exhibition looks at the different angles of creativity in a time of crisis, and envelopes several different mediums. It finds beauty in chaos, it acknowledges those who have learned to innovate, and it reminds us of what happens when creativity goes wrong. It is a perfect theme for the opening of The FARM Project, a new creative initiative born in a time of global crisis.