The word sanskar means culture. Indian artist Ranadeep uses fractals to give us insight in the Indian culture, especially the spiritual tradition. Below every image is a notecard giver with information. Beautiful and interesting.
As the exbtion is at Paris METRO, the visitors can enjoy a gift created with the artists textures. Paris METRO owner and designer made a beautiful Sari and for the males an Indian jacket.
I took the photo of course at Shekhavati sim, the home of Art India Gallery where we just placed a new market stand.
|Sari + Jacket: Ranadeep visitors gifts by Paris METRO|
...is the second of the Seven Deathly Sins and means overconsumption of food and drinks. Burk Bode and Maloe Vansant gave the theme a broader view to unhealtthy overdoing. Interesting works as usually with them.
|A new role for Burk Bode|
Honestly I am a bit jealous. As many in the art world, I have a collection of pieces which usually have a sad place in my inventory. Now and then I change the artworks at my home or place them at Art India but there are never enough prims for all. Fuschia Nightfire did the right thing with her LEA sim for the Interim: Sh epulled out her art collection. Thta is not only interesting, it is a flash light on 6 years of art history in Second Life.
More here: http://lindenarts.blogspot.de/2014/01/the-interim-fuschias-collection.html
Tourist in Another's Reality
Nitrglobus Gallery again proves a good hand with the choice of artists. Isa Messioptra and Serene Footman are very skilled SL photographers. I was again flashed by the high level of SL photography today.
Isa Messioptra wrote about the title of the exhibition that it is based ..on a quote from Sonia Sontag "The camera makes everyone a tourist in other people's reality, and eventually in one's own." We feel that this is a fitting description not just of our work together but also our relationship that came to be in the process. We hope that you enjoy traveling in our reality (or virtual reality) as well :).
Isa's Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/isa_messioptra/with/10619299923/
Serene's Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/101462173@N06/with/11601335864/