In Amelie Marcoud’s installation Hikari* stacked televisions displayed repeated images in endless loops. My latest machinima, Repeat Hikari, took the looping repetition and hesitations of the installation, and reworked them with the hesitations and jumps of video editing. Apart from being a deliberate choice, short loops reflect to the technical limitations of Second Life. Looping […]
There was a real buzz yesterday when I visited Indie Teepee, with people wandering around, music playing, and plenty to look at. It’s is an annual music and arts festival in Second Life that is inspired by real life outdoor festivals. I can understand why – that sense of gathering, of the unexpectedness of live […]
Tales from the Ghost Forest, a photo by Tizzy Canucci on Flickr. A new installation in Second Life exploring the loss of forests and our future. “We are descendants of the ghost forest, in our hands the power to restore and happen to our grandchildren a better world”. Tales from the Ghost Forest.
This is Rose Borchovski’s installation now at torno Kohime Foundation – the opening night was last night (17th April), where the photograph was taken. It’s the story of Beth and her grandchild Lot, who are forced to leave their home because of a war. The war came to them in stages, starting with rulings about […]
The Arrival: 04, a photo by Tizzy Canucci on Flickr, one of a set of eight. Thanks to Ziki Questi for alerting me to this through her blog – but Rose Borchovski’s fantastic installation is now reinstalled at MIC Imagin@rium. I had a wonderful time walking through this earlier in the year. My biggest set […]
Flying Imogen and the Pigeons, a photo by Tizzy Canucci on Flickr – there are four more in the set. Bryn Oh’s latest art installation in Second Life is Imogen and the Pigeons at Immersiva. As fascinating as ever, it is a journey through a story in virtual space. It took me two visits to […]