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Nativo by Stefano Mingione @ Daphne Arts

Nativo by Stefano Mingione @ Daphne Arts

The spiral of life and death Today I revisited one of the exhibitions at Daphne Arts in Second Life, ‘Nativo’ by Stefano Mingione. I know many prefer the soft art with elegant nudes, erotic sensuality, romantic encounters and other kinds of SL magic, but I […]

MetaLOSS, a goodbye to MetaLES

MetaLOSS, a goodbye to MetaLES

MetaLOSS Sims in Second Life come and go. It never is a big deal. Until one of your favourite sims ceases to exist. And it is even a bigger deal when it concerns your top favourite Art sim. For me that without any doubt was […]

Welcome to my Brain by Isa Messioptra @ Dathuil

Welcome to my Brain by Isa Messioptra @ Dathuil

Brains I know I am late with covering this exhibit from Isa Messioptra @Dathuil, but time and mood to write cannot be forced, so therefore a late review, nevertheless one I like to do very much. The title ‘ Welcome to my Brain’ already is […]

The Venal Muses by Tutsy Navarathna @ Itakos Art Gallery, LEA 16

The Venal Muses by Tutsy Navarathna @ Itakos Art Gallery, LEA 16

Brothels in art   Saturday Sept 9  ‘The Venal Muses’ by Tutsy Navarathna opened at the Itakos Art Gallery  on LEA 16. Curated by Akim Alonzo this exhibition leads you into a brothel. But have no fear, you will not be asked to either take […]

Code is Poetry: Everywhere and nowhere from JadeYu Fhang @ Split Screen Installation Space

Code is Poetry: Everywhere and nowhere from JadeYu Fhang @ Split Screen Installation Space

WordPress  meets Jade Code is Poetry, the famous tagline used by WordPress (blog software I also use) is what came to my mind when visiting the latest installation of JadeYu Fhang at Split Screen Installation Space. Jade’s installations always are impressive and mind blowing. A […]

Betty Tureaud = Happy colours

Betty Tureaud = Happy colours

Betty Tureaud in Second Life I think not many in Second Life will not know this name. At least the ones that like to visit exhibitions and installations will recognise work of Betty Tureaud in a split second. I think all of her work in […]