Gallery Hopping

Here a couple of  current exhibitions which one should not miss:

Closer Looks 

Melusina Parkin amazes again with the purity of details. Amazing!

Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mexico%20MX/139/60/20


Betty Tureaud's builds are always playful. Watch the moves of the frames...

Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Healy/112/31/117

Exhibition Moya

This exhibtion exposes a bit more as usually that Patrick Moya's work is not only pink and funny, but has dark sides too.

Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mexico%20MX/226/31/20

La Notte - The Night

Kicca Igaly + Giovanna Cerise are celebrating 4 years of Artemis Gallery with one theme that both inspired to poetic installations.  I always liked the delicate "ghosts" by Kicca Igaly. Is this one at the photo a dream of the sleeping person or a guardian angel? And Giovanna's ist not that clear and structured on 2nd view...

Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/RothKo/28/242/21

Control Shift R

A fascinating gid of almost 15.000 prims. The name "Control Shift R" refers to a funstion in the SL viewer which makes the wirefram visible and this installation reminds of a wireframe. But the grid follows  mathematical rules too. Frome the LEA Blog: "This 3D Wireframe Grid - the Isotropic Grid - extends in all directions to Infinity. Find the elevators on the ground that go up and down thru the whole structure."

Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA1/129/123/21

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