Cavity Collective, also known as CVTY, brings street art to Metro Manila as it aims to create deeper awareness and appreciation for the lowbrow art movement in the country. The collective, which was established in 2010, has done murals in and around Cavite and Metro Manila, but the project they are most proud of (to date) is the commissioned work for the Pasay cemetery walls last 2015. The project was spearheaded by the National Commission on Culture and the Arts in cooperation with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, Department of the Interior and Local Government, and the city government. CVTY turned an otherwise garbage-ridden space into a striking work of art.
As it celebrates its 10th anniversary, the group brings its diverse street art styles to Space Encounters Gallery. Sixteen of its 23 active members will showcase their works: Tyang Karyel, Lee Salvador, Niel Atienza, Dagger, Blic, Kiwicuts, Quatro Hapimeel, Imba, Qwark, Nemo Aguila, Doktor Karayom, Bayawak, Yeng Cruz, Hnnh, Jai Hernandez, and Mio Aseremo.