Tag: second life
Little Boxes is a post about iLinden Homes in Second Life,, individualism,, and manipulation.
In second life there is a large area where people sail and fly their planes. You can catch a ride with one of the airliners when you sign up with the passengers of sl. There was also a contest which Tau won. Here is the winning picture.
Movie: here and now
. ‘Here and now’ Just for a short while, the memory lingers. Enduring imprints, from the here and now. The final version of small movie containing a poem by Rob Walker called Transcending Silence and the art installation by ‘Dance’ by Myra Wildmist. The whole tied together by shadows, a misty mountain in Japan,…
SL Art: Poetry of the human body
I like to roam through the ever changing galleries of Second Life and sometimes I hit on a work or an artist I like to promote on this blog. As little as it does for them. There are actually more than I display here, many more even, but because I sometimes have to balance other…
A small and nice exhibition about Bauhaus on Lea 2 (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA2/80/120/2007). Had some fun with Gray Child(the neko(cat human hybrid) in the picture) and a few lyrics of Massive Attack to which I was listening. Some of which had relevance to the exhibition. Bauhaus(1919-1933) didn’t last long as an independent art movement in Germany once…
The innsmouth sim has been around for a while in Second Life. It is inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft. This movie gives you an impression of the sim, but not everything. It also has nekos in it.
LEA 10: The Oracle by Asmita Duranjaya.
The Oracle is an art installation made by Asmita Duranjaya at LEA 10. Lea 10 is an area that is made available by the Linden Endowment for Art to promote Secondlife and art. The art installation is also meant as a game and a story that one can experience. The movie is made with this…
Art: Hat Art
Some time ago a display of hats was organized in Second Life. Various makers created or presented hats for this display.
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Space%204%20Art/70/44/1083 After delivering his key-speech on the necessity of outsourcing his employees to another company to prevent layoffs and cutbacks, the general manager made as if to fold some papers, but he had none as the company had become a real paperless office and communicated only electronically. The select few in his room moved to…
Another story: Trinity
When talking about collages, a friend of mine asked me why I think that making a pictorial story would work because as far as he knows most imagery, a catch all phrase for pictures, photographs and other ways to display (un)reality, is often one single depiction of a single event. Like a snapshot or a…
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