ILI-LIKHA ARTIST VILLAGE
This village (left) is another artsy establishment by experimental filmmaker Kidlat Tahimik. If you’re charmed by the VOCAS Gallery atop La Azotea Building on Session Road (the gallery houses Oh My Gulay restaurant), then you’ll find IliLikha equally interesting. It’s a hippie food court that serves delicious, healthy fare (no sodas here!), and the place is actually a huge art installation. Every nook and cranny is filled with eclectic artworks made from scrap materials—a mosaic wall made of broken glasses, a pillar made of rubber, and recycled bottles as wall art. Ili-Likha is an ever-evolving establishment, as artists from the city continue to add their own works for everyone to appreciate sans any entrance fee.