Virtual ramblings

Tag: Second Life

Wrong way, a machinima by Kristine Blackadder

Wrong way, a machinima by Kristine Blackadder

When life almost kills you I hardly know Kristine Blackadder, only a little bit via her friend Stories, but that’s no obstacle to feel she has a deep sense for human emotions. Kristine creates Machinima movies in SL, amongst other things, and does that in […]

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 […]

Testosterone Rex

Testosterone Rex

The innocent woman I am amazed how popular it is in Second Life to be the innocent woman. I better say to pretend to be the innocent woman, because I do not believe in innocence. I do believe in being naive and unexperienced with virtual […]

Get Real!

Get Real!

Checking Reality Checking reality is a popular thing in SL. The number of people convinced and motivated to tell you Second Life is the same as Real Life is endless. I agree mostly but not always. Of course we cannot be anyone else than ourselves, […]

Indigo Box Gallery by Indigo Claire

Indigo Box Gallery by Indigo Claire

Indigo Box Gallery This week Indigo Claire, from the Czech Republic city of Prague, posted a ‘Time to say goodbye’ picture on her Flickr stream. Not a goodbye to Second Life, which was my first thought, but to her inworld gallery called Indigo Box.  In […]

Messing around at Ouvroir

Messing around at Ouvroir

Messing around That’s maybe the best way to describe how to act at the Ouvroir sim in Second Life. This place is known better under these names: ‘Chris Marker/Museum für Gestaltung’ and ‘There is a hole in my inventory’. The  first name is the official […]

Flash back / Flash forward by Giovanna Cerise at Split Screen / Coppelia

Flash back / Flash forward by Giovanna Cerise at Split Screen / Coppelia

Perspective and Perception Those 2 elements are connected and show the complexity, variety and temporal characteristics of how we perceive our world. Imagine yourself sitting in a room full of mirrors. They all have different angles, different transparency, different colours and different sizes. Every direction […]

Why do I like Second Life?

Why do I like Second Life?

Why I asked myself many times because there are plenty of reasons to not like SL.  Yet there is something very unique and attractive about SL despite all downsides that keep hammering on my door as well. To name a ‘few’: Time-consuming, spending money on […]

Blue Orange Art Project 2

Blue Orange Art Project 2

BLUE ORANGE Blue and Orange, complementary colours enhancing each others impact. Blue looks more blue and orange looks more orange than with other colours as partner. But when complementary colours are mixed they show another face, one of greyness, losing all power of having a strong impact. […]