Monthly Archives: September 2010

the water of life

Eighteen artists from around both worlds have been pondering and discussing the issue of virtual identity for almost a year now, with one goal in mind: the creation of a collective art exhibit that would express these ideas in a … Continue reading

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If avatars could cry….

Visited the World Trade Center Memorial in Second Life this morning, and stood on the fringes of a crowd of fellow avatars who had come to honor and remember the 2,927 human beings who were lost on this day, exactly … Continue reading

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it’s a plug’n’play world

As Camille mentioned in the previous post, I’ve been higher than a kite (around 3000m), working on some new paintings for an upcoming show. Now, the very fact that I’m working at all is kind of exciting (at least to … Continue reading

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