All_Most Real

Today I went to explore art in SL again. Inara has some great advices where to go. Please find her description of “All_Most Real in Second Life” in her blog. As always it is very detailled and full of information. The exhibition “All_Most Real” is shown at the Nitroglobus Hall. At the entrance you’ll get a notcard with some basic information from the curator and owner of Nitroglobus Hall, Dido Haas.
July 10th: Diomita visiting the exhibition "ALL_MOST REAL" at Nitroglobus Hall (1)

July 10th: Diomita visiting the exhibition “ALL_MOST REAL” at Nitroglobus Hall (1)

The exhibition shows the work of MM (mysterr). The pictures are a combination of real world art with Digital art. They are “a quest on reality and perception, and how they influence our emotions. We know perceptions win over facts and reality so many times, conditioning our lives. In MM’s search for realism, could it be that the doll finally (like pinocchio) transforms pixels into flesh? Or will she be a doll forever, keeping alive the hope and flame of the search?” Perception is your reality, so it doesn’t really matter what is real or digital.
July 10th: Diomita visiting the exhibition "ALL_MOST REAL" at Nitroglobus Hall (2)

July 10th: Diomita visiting the exhibition “ALL_MOST REAL” at Nitroglobus Hall (2)

Besides the pictures of MM there are sculptures in the Nitroglobus Hall, all provided by Nitro Fireguard. And these scuptures are not less mysterious, some look strange, some very real … but only their shape is real, the bodies are clearly just metal. That is a very nice way just opposed to the pictures on the wall which do look real. In addition I like the mirrow effect on the floor. It adds to the overall exhibition experience. Enjyo your visit!
Landmark for Nitroglobus Hall
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hell%20Lust/230/108/3064
Related blog entry in Inara’s blog
https://modemworld.me/2016/07/07/all_most-real-in-second-life/

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  1. Trackback: Diary (69) July 9 / 10th | Diomita and Jenny Maurer's Blog

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