Art in Second Life 2021 (34) Art Galerie HaXue

I got an invitation for the opening even of the brand new “Art Galerie HaXue“. I just have been to the also new “Art Galerie HaXue” at Noir’Wen City in January 2021 (read here) . Yes, the name is the same – yet the Art Galerie Haxue that opened on March 24th is kind of the main gallery.

The new Art Galerie HaXue

Art Galerie HaXue is owned by the two artists Puce (titput) and Cayenne (Bebop Xue). When I visited the Art Galerie HaXue at Noir’Wen City (Nieu (NieuwenHove) gave me some background information about the two artists:
Puce and Cayenne… Two young artists working together, complementing and multiplying each other, each one of them offering us a magical and teeming world where dreams simply become real, without any other form of question or word…..
They make a playful art, out of the ordinary, open, varied, where the extraordinary simply becomes obvious. Puce and Cayenne make us travelling in a lively universe where they explore and defy without emphasis the laws of logic. They also allow us to find in us a part of childhood with adult eyes.

Impressions of the new Art Galerie HaXue featuring the art of Puce (titput) and Cayenne (Bebop Xue) (1)

The new Art Galerie Haxue is in a huge building on a sky platform. The building presents Puce and Cayenne’s art over 3 floors above ground and several floors under the building. The floors above ground are transparent glass floors so that you see all 3 floors when you enter the building. Spread over all 3 floors you find 3D art playing with light effects, with permanent chainging patterns. to see the effects you should set your viewer to midnight and of course you should have advanced lighting switched on.

Impressions of the new Art Galerie HaXue featuring the art of Puce (titput) and Cayenne (Bebop Xue) (2)

There are many objects, ranging from a huge dinosaur skeleton, to circling planets, from human like sculptures to pure fantasy objects. The walls are used to to showcase the 2D art. Most of the art on the floors above ground is from Puce.

But there’s more – the floors below ground. Here you find several installations of Cayenne, installations that play with colours, with light and mirroring effects and with moving elements. But here you also find a room with more erotic pictures or other rooms with themed picture of Cayenne. I also saw kind of a 3D picture.

Impressions of the new Art Galerie HaXue featuring the art of Puce (titput) and Cayenne (Bebop Xue) (3)

Both artists were not new to me. I came across Puce (titput) in September 2020 at La Maison d’Aneli (read here). Puce is in Second Life for more than 4 years. She was curious and began building, shaped prims and began building her own world.
And from the latest exhibition at La Maison d’Aneli in November 2020 I know Cayenne (Bebop Xue), a French artist, who is in Second Life for over 12 years (read here) – and I saw their first Galerie Haxue at Noir’Wen City in January (read here).
Both like the play with different forms of art, something between isntallations with light and colours and pure artful 2D pictures. Their variety is impressive.

Impressions of the new Art Galerie HaXue featuring the art of Puce (titput) and Cayenne (Bebop Xue) (4)

The new Galerie Haxue is also impressive. I like it a lot. It is spacious and offers enough room so that the art can fully develop its effect. Thank you Puce (titput) and Cayenne (Bebop Xue) for your gallery and for your art. I enjoyed my first visit and I wish both of you luck and fun and success with your new gallery

Landmark to Galerie Haxue
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Yala%20Paradise/28/195/1549
Landmark to Art Galerie HaXue at Noir’Wen City
https://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Noir%20Wen/55/130/23
Cayenne (Bebop Xue)’s flickr page
https://www.flickr.com/photos/186877621@N05/
Puce (titput)’s flickr page
https://www.flickr.com/photos/168063197@N06/

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