Art in Second Life 2020 (78) Behind The Door by DixMix Source

On Saturday, November 21st, DixMix Source opened an exhibtion with his own art in room Amalfia at DixMix Gallery.

Before entering you get an idea of the title of the exhibtion with two unhinged doors at the entrance of the room.

The room is held in cool blue tones. As far as I could tell the raw pictures were taken at Second life. They all a bit blurred and hazy so that the original picture appears dimly. Exploring the pictures tempts the spectator to get deeper into the picture and figure out more details or to add more details from own thoughts. What is common is a door. You find a door of different size in every picture, sometimes you can see a person in the door. That might be the door that allows you to see behind, to get the details, who knows?

Impressions of “Behind The Door” by DixMix Source

DixMix Source is from Brussels Belgium and is in Second Life for almost 14 years. He always had a gallery. He describes himself as “artist, photographer, director, musician and more”

Thank you Dixmix for providing and curating the DixMix Gallery, thank you Megan for building it and for contributing at it. I like your art and enjoyed my visit.
The exhibition “Behind The Door” by DixMix Source will stay open until the end of 2020

Landmark to Dixmix Gallery 2020
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Madori%20Bay/46/213/22
DixMix Gallery website
https://www.dixmixgallery.xyz/

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