Floating


Currently to explore and admire on LEA13:  Floating. A wonderful, strange and mysterious art installation which is a collaboration of two of my favourite Second Life Artists, Cica Ghost and Bryn Oh. ‘Floating in the sea You and me To the sky you flew But I will wait for you’ Upon arrival you can choose…

Loss by Senna Coronet


‘Loss’ is the title of the exhibition at Berg by Nordan Art, a series of images by Senna Coronet (Sennaspirit.Coronet). Opened this weekend and running till September. As the title says, it is about loss and as such a very personal, therapeutic, way of Senna of dealing with the passing of his friend Amona Savira…

Once upon a time…


….an angry god caused a huge flood. The giant wave destroyed civilizations, extinguished mythical creatures, and washed off all colour on the surface of the earth…. And so begins the story of Opal Flight, the place for Art and Entertainment on the Fairelands, created by Haveit Neox and Lillia Artis. (read this interview with these…

Bleeding Books by Haveit Neox


Last night my friend Mak asked me to join him for the opening of a new art installation by Haveit Neox at Split Screen, ‘Bleeding Books‘. As I always enjoy Haveit’s work I was excited to go see this new work and… did not get disappointed! Upon arrival, the landing point is in the sky…

The Paperworks by William Weaver


The, impressive, DiXmiX Gallery currently has two new exbihitions on display: a 3D and 2D display of works by Mistero Hifeng and a collection of photographs “The Paperworks”  by William Weaver. DiXmiX is built by Megan Prumier and curated by DiXmiX Source, the building alone is great to wander around! In this blogpost I will…

Penumbra & lacrimioare at Berg by Nordan Art


One of my ‘New Years resolutions’, if you can call it that – as I never really do those – is that I want to visit more art in Second Life. All kinds of art. And so this means I will also be going to exhibitions of Second Life  Photography. As I have written often,…

The Plain of Jars


Fitch Lekvoda’s “The Plain of Jars” is…well, that. A plain of jars. Giants jars. Hundreds and hundreds of them. Some half covered in the sand, others standing in the sun. And nobody really knows where they came from or what they mean. “Some now recall the legend of the giant King’s victory banquet. Believing the…

Maybe that is why


the old man could not remember and didn’t recognize any of his children, nor his wife except the little pup his daughter brought on visits he knew her name and her favourite treats maybe that’s why when the old man went on his last journey the pup, just like that,  traveled with him so he…

The Pillars – by Oberon Onmura


Though my Flickr stream may give the impression I am always clubbing or shopping, this is not quite true. Most of my inworld time I spend either helping members of the SL Blogger Support Group and exploring and enjoying new locations and art installations. The past weeks I’v been taking things easy, due to the…

“Invictus” – by Storm Septimus


Second Life artist Storm Septimus has created an installation on LEA, called “Invictus” – based on the famous poem with the same title by  William Ernest Henley; Out of the night that covers me, Black as the pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell…

Bury your fears, bury your dreams


Not quite the cheerful post title ever is it? It is the title of a new art installation at MetaLes, by Selavy Oh, so excuse me for the sombre headline!

Inked


‘Inked’ is a photo exhibition by Elizabeth Nantes, in Art Gallery Dathuil. It opened last night and while I usually not particularly like photo’s on display in Second Life (I prefer to  enjoy them on Flickr, where I can see them in high resolution and on a big screen) ‘Inked’ is certainly worth a visit.