Art in Second Life 2021 (56) Breaking the spell by Ambre Singh

I visited Ambre Singh’s newest exhibtion “Breaking the spell” that opened on June 1st.

You arrive at a platform where you can get a HUD with landmarks to Ambre Singh’s diverse exhibitions and galleries – and for “Breaking the spell“. A click on the holo figure of Ambre Singh will teleport you to the exhibition, that is divided in two parts.

The first part is quite funny and not just deals with the current situation in the world caused by the virus but also deals with our life coined by information flood and social media. You need to obey! Get a whole body condom and practice social distancing. Get your anazombie and fakelook account *winks*. I had fun. This part conjured a big smile on my face.

Impressions of “Breaking the spell” by Ambre Singh (1)

Before you enter the second part Ambre Singh shares her toughts and inspires us to take another point of view:
I consider that we are eternal beings, expressions of an infinite consciousness that imagines and creates the univers. And then I look at the world, the immense suffering inflicted on all forms of life and the madhouse that our planet has become. No sane person could stand the current absurdity and violence for very long, nor could they live with it. And yet, the human community accepts the insane version of reality: instead of questioning its validity, we bow down, we consent to more and more sacrifices in the hope that it will get better. How to explain such madness? It could well be that the human race is bewitched. And it could well be that the spell that imprisons us is in the process of dissipating.
Come let me tell you another story….

Impressions of “Breaking the spell” by Ambre Singh (2)

The second part consists of 20 boards with Ambre’s ideas and thoughts to break the spell, each one illustrated with a picture in the typical Ambre Singh style, funny and with a wink. The text and thoughts tell a story, they make you think about your own narrative, about the narrative that you’re supposed to believe. Here are just a few examples:
Exercise: Imagine being told that you need strips of paper called money to survive on this planet. Consider it possible. Fear the lack of it, get upset
The religious stupefaction, a key element in the automatic updating of the spell…. The contest for the best God story turns into a massacre. It continues to this day

Impressions of Breaking the spell” by Ambre Singh (3)

Mass Media Virus: The world belongs to a few individuals who have sold their souls to become ignably rich. These high priests in the service of the spall are now working to steal our souls …. Those who question the world’s version of the mass media are called conspirators
Choose again: The dream unravels, we no longer feel part of this insane version or reality…. we forgive, because after all, it was only a bad dream. As eternal beings, expressions of an infinite consciousness, we can imagine wonders.

Ambre Singh is in Second Life for over 14 years. She writes about herself:
‘It is your mind that creates this world’, said Buddha.
All you do in SL will subtlely change you and others in all worlds. So in my life and art, I thrive to add my spice, beauty and love.
I photograph people of character in beautiful places of SL or in studio. Sometimes, I create thematic images in SL, or I mix worlds… If the harvest is good, I make an exhibition.
Colorful or discrete, tender or erotic, my photos try to express the life and the soul of the people and places.

Thank you for another real great exhibition that made me smile but also inspired me to change my point of view to imagine another reality.

Landmark to “Breaking the spell” by Ambre Singh

Art In Second Life 2021 (44) Cancel Culture by Ambre Singh

Ambre Singh’s art has become an inherent part of this blog. This year I visited her new main gallery at Noir’wen City (read Art in Second Life 2021 (15) Ambre Singh Gallery at Noir’Wen City) and I saw her exhibtion “Titilliations” (read here).

I got an invitation from Ambre to visit her new exhibition “Cancel Culture” at Noir’Wen City that opened May 1st.

Ambre Singh’s exhibition “Cancel Culture” at Noir’Wen City – poster / entrance area / Ambre Singh herself in the entrance area

Together with the invitation Ambre sent out a notecard with a description and her toughts:
The human being is full of contradictions. Homo Sapiens (in Latin, sapiens means “one who knows”) spends a good part of his existence trying not to know. This tendency to deny, probably the source of all psychoses, is the main activity of the ego. It is so much easier to deny or erase or eliminate what bothers us, even if it never works.
Today, our worldviews are being challenged more than ever. And instead of using crises to evolve, we tend to mask the problems with a veneer of outdated ideas. We rewrite textbooks, we rename streets, we sterilize languages, we censor everything that goes beyond. For the common good, of course.
I believe that to accept reality without wanting to deny it, a good dose of humor is needed.
In 14 paintings, this exhibition is an opportunity to laugh at our contradictions and, perhaps, to gain some sapience.

What you will see at the exhibition are 14 world famous landmarks and pieces of art – seen with the eyes of Ambre, and knowing her it didn’t surprise me that her view is kinky and feminist. The first picture I looked at was Ambre Singh’s Statue of Felicity also known as Statue of Liberty.

Statue of Felicity at Ambre Singh’s exhibition “Cancel Culture” at Noir’Wen City

Along with the picture comes a text explaining her view on history and why the original landmark was replaced with the one you can see nowadays in the physical world.
With the texts Ambre Singh’s pictures tell a new story along with some true facts. Besides the Statue of Liberty you find Ambre’s view and interpretation of The Great Sphinx, Christ the Redeemer, Manneken Pis, Lincoln Memorial, Venus de Milo, The Thinker, Michelangelo’s David, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, Angel of the North in Gateshead, Terracotta Army, standing moai of Ahu Tongariki, The Motherland Calls, Apollo and Daphne (Bernini) – all along with the texts containng Ambre’s views.

The “real” and “original” art: The Thinker, Christ the Redeemer, Venus de Milo at “Cancel Culture” at Noir’Wen City

Ambre Singh’s “Cancel Culture” at Noir’Wen City is pure fun. But after the visit you won’t be able to visit any of theses world famous landmarks without having her view in mind! Enjoy your visit.

Landmark to Ambre Singh’s exhibition “Cancel Culture” at Noir’Wen City
Landmark to Ambre Singh Gallery at Noir’Wen City
Ambre Singh’s website
Ambre Singh’s flickr

Diary 2021 (24) February 17th/18th Titilliations

On Wednesday, February 17th, my time wearing the partnering collar was scheduled to end. With her present on the occasion of my 13th rezzday Jenny had allowed me to wear the partnering collar for one week – until we would meet on February 17th at night. I would have 3 options… firstly to ask Jenny for more time in the partnering collar, secondly to ask for my sub collar and thirdly to ask for my slave collar. There were good reasons for all three options *sighs*.

But first I had to make the most of the time left over Wednesday afternoon. So far I hadn’t exposed Jenny as my property nor had I taken a green light, as this one week was supposed to be something particular, something out of every routine. For ths reason I didn’t address Jenny with Mistress that week – it felt strange first but after a while I got used to it and it made me feel closer and on eye level with Jenny.
I asked Jenny to wear her moyet corset with the breast bondage, her cuffs and a gag. We went to club Domme a Domme where I exposed her to the public kneeling at my feet. I got a few praises and I enjoyed. Unfortunately I got interrupted by RL inbetween.
With enough time left over for that afternoon, we returned to our loft skybox. We stripped and went to bed enjoying each other.

February 17th: Diomita and Jenny at club Domme a Domme and at our loft skybox

We I returned at night Jenny, Mistress Jenny, was waiting for me and we sat down in our old lounger, which accompanies us for almost all of our Second Life. I had decided to ask for the sub collar, at least for a few days to get used to my role again. And Mistress did accept my pledge. She even granted a short green light very soon – hence I will wear the sub collar for a couple of days.
To be honest it feels right as well as it feels right to address Mistress Jenny properly again.

We dressed and went home to play a skipee with Flo, that went quicker than we all thought as I got a strange series of jokers all of a sudden. After the game I presented the painting that Ambre Singh had sent to me – with me in a prominent place. The painting is part of the announcemnt of Ambre Singh’s exhibtion “Titilliations” at Noir’Wen City,, that is shown there in March. The original painting is “Women of Amphysia” by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema.

February 17th: Mistress Jenny and Diomita at our loft skybox and in front of Ambre Singh’s painting at home (can you recognize me??)

Mistress Jenny and I spent the night with Flo at Carnal Intentions and at Psi’s realm. We chatted, look at profiles and I easily got back into my place as Mistress’ property. At Psi’s we had some entertaining main chat, it was quite full.

February 17th: Mistress Jenny and Diomita with Flo at Carnal Intentions and Psi’s realm

We went to bed shortly after flotime, as Mistress had an early start the next day

Thursday, February 18th, Mistress wasn’t present during the day. I was inworld myself quite a lot, but often was idling or just hopping over places. Nothing worth to be mentioned here happened. I visited Ambre Singh’s new exhibition at Noir’Wen City called “Titilliations” shortly in the later afternoon.

At night Mistress, Flo and I played a skipee together and Flo went to bed afterwards as she was tired. Mistress and I went to Carnal Intentions and enjoyed looking at the crowd, talking and reading profiles. Faye (Boy Serenity) was there and joined us. Spontaneouly I asked Mistress and Faye to wear something topless and took them over to see “Titilliations” together with me.

With the title “Titilliations” and the picture I got from Ambre it almost needless to say that the visitors are kindly asked to be topless for the visit. At the entrance you can deposit your bra if you forgot to take it off at home.

February 18th: “Titilliations” by Ambre Singh – exhibition poster

Ambre Singh wrote about “Titilliations” and the exhibition poster: “Gabrielle d’Estrées and one of her sisters is a painting by an unknown author of the Fontainebleau School, painted around 1594. This oil on oak panel is kept in the Louvre museum. The woman on the left side, supposedly Julienne d’Estrées, Duchess of Villars, is pinching the red-lined breast of her sister Gabrielle d’Estrées.
After intense research in the archives of the dusty cellars of the Louvre, it was discovered that Gabrielle d’Estrées’ nipple attracted lust, and that many members of the court had had the privilege of playing with it.
In a world premiere, here is the complete collection of the works of the School of Fontainebleau, illustrating the privileged who had access to the noble nipple, but also revealing the fantasies that the said privileged had about the assets of the royal mistress.

Visiting the exhibition was pure fun. Ambre made funny scenes with many artist friends. I know some of them. My pictures might give you an idea of them, but you have to visit yourself and read and laugh *winks*

February 18th: Mistress Jenny, Diomita and Faye visiting “Titilliations” by Ambre Singh

Ambre provided some extra fun – you can make your own “Titilliations” – picture. And Mistress and I did that. Thank you Ambre!

February 18th: Mistress Jenny and Diomita at “Titilliations” by Ambre Singh

After that visit we returned to Carnal Intentions shortly. We didn’t stay long though as Mistress had again an early start the next day. We had a fun night!

February 18th: Mistress Jenny, Diomita and Faye visiting “Titilliations” by Ambre Singh / at Carnal Intentions

Landmark to “Titilliations” by Ambre Singh at Noir’Wen City

Art in Second Life 2021 (15) Ambre Singh Gallery at Noir’Wen City

I was invited for Sunday, January 1th, to attend the opening of another new gallery at Noir’Wen City – The Ambre Singh Gallery. I know Ambre Singh’s art from my visit to her gallery back in July 2020 (read here) and of course I was curious. It seems that Noir’Wen City develops more and more to a colony of artists, besides being an adult place, a vivid big town, a place for fairs and events and for taking pictures.

Ambre told me later that she had abandoned her land and that Noir’Wen City is the new home of her main gallery. As Ambre is a member of the Noir’Wen City team that makes perfectly sense and Ambre selected a fitting spot. The new Ambre Singh Gallery is located right next to the Pink Dildo Museum.

The Ambre Singh Gallery at Noir’Wen City

Right at the entrance into the gallery is a quote of Ambre written on the wall, it’s kind of her motto “Art is my soul masturbation. I do it for myself, but others can watch” … funny and true!
The gallery is located in a large old warehouse and has two floors. The walls are used to showcase Ambre’s pictures – and she made many pictures! On the ground floor are mostly erotic fun pictures. Ambre has a great sense of humor. I guess I grinned all the times when I visited. Oh my god, she has wit!

Ambre Singh’s erotic art with wit

The second floor shows showcases Ambre’s SL pictures featuring herself in different situations and environment, And there’re some of Ambre’s “fake-pictures”, as I named them for myself. She made pictures of herself in the style of other painters, like da Vinci or Salvatore Dali. You recognize the style immediately but of course it is not Dali or da Vinci.

Ambre Singh’s erotic art with wit / Ambre portrayed by Dali and by da Vinci (28)

On the second floor is also an area with a rezzer. with 13 different scences, the “Rumi slideshow” and 9 picture collections. The picture collections consist of 4 picture collections with portraits “Ambre seen by” and 5 picture collection called “Great Painters”. In the “Great Painters” collections Ambre copied the style of other painters and made her own pictures in their style. I rezzed two of them, yet I didn’t know the artists she interpreted. Luckily Ambre provides exceprts from Wikipedia from them. The two painters I saw were William-Adolphe Bourguereau and Herbert James Draper.

Ambre Singh’s Scene Rezzer / Great Painters – William-Adolphe Bourguereau and Herbert James Draper

Most of the 13 scenes in the rezzer area were already shown at Ambre’s old gallery, some are new though. This time I had a look at “Lustiver”, a scene in which Ambre transfers the Gulliver saga in her erotic way with many naked female liliputian SL avatars tieing Gulliver up. Looking at Gulliver’s hard-on, he seems to be enjoying.

Ambre Singh’s “Lustiver”

I also had a look at “Tits stories”, a scene which deals the the fetish of breasts in many different aspects. I still have some more scenes to look at for a next visit.

Ambre Singh’s “Tits stories”

The Rumi-slideshow is a complex artwork in itself, that I saw already at the old gallery. But now Ambre explained a bit more what it is about. Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, short Rumi, was a 13th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet, jurist, Islamic scholar, theologian and Sufi mystic. Rumi’s poems have been widely translated into many languages. Ambre started in 2010 to make pictures illustrating quotes of Rumi. The collection is finished now and contains 100 illustrations that are shown in a slideshow. I admit, Rumi was way ahead of his time, he even had a quote fitting to Second Life and Amber illustrated that very well: “I am not this hair, I am not this skin, I am the soul that lives within”

Ambre Singh’s “The Rumi Slideshow”

Ambre Singh is in Second Life for over 13 years. She writes about herself:
It is your mind that creates this world”, said Buddha. All you do in SL will subtly change you and others in all worlds. So in my life and art, I thrive to add my spice, beauty and love.
My images tell stories. I set up scenes in SL, or I mix worlds… If the harvest is good, I make an exhibition. Sometimes, I photograph people of character in SL or in studio, trying to express the life and soul of the beings and places.
Colorful or discrete, tender or erotic, sometimes silly, often ironical, my images are never politically correct nor vulgar.

Last but not least, don’t forget to grab the gift box at the entrance of Ambre Singh’s gallery. It contains two of Ambre’s pictures.
Anything else? Yes – Ambre Singh runs her own website with a lot more information. And she also has a flickr account. Have a look.

Landmark to Ambre Singh Gallery at Noir’Wen City
Ambre Singh’s website
Ambre Singh’s flickr

Art in Second Life 2020 (58) Milena Carbone’s art at Noir’Wen City

I got an invitation for a particular exhibition at Noir’Wen City, that opens officially on Wednesday September 23rd – “Plead guilty” by Milena Carbone.

It’s the second time that I came across Milena Carbone (mylena1992) and her art. I saw her exhibition “Agape in Pace” at The Itakos Project and Art Gallery in March 2020 (read here)

For Milena Carbone’s exhibtion “Plead guilty“, that extends all over Noir’Wen City, I got a notecard from Nieu (nieuwenhove) and later also from Violet Boa, which describes perfectly a tour not only of this but also of 3 other exhibitions by Milena. I decided to make writing a bit easier for me and to simply use it for my post along with my pictures and some comments.

“Plead guilty” by Milena Carbone above the streets of Noir’wen City

Milena Carbone (mylena1992) is a French artist and is in Second Life since mid 2019. She discovered its artistic potential and since then has devoted all her free time to creation, associating, as in real life, images and texts. By accepting the rule of the “double” (the real “I” and the virtual “I”), Milena Carbone includes herself in her artwork. Her creative process is iterative: some of her images inspire her stories and these stories modify the development of the image, which itself transforms the story.

We arrived at dawn in Noir’Wen City after a quick trip, and we have been immediately fascinated by the density and the harmony of this small regenerated and bustling industrial city of houses and restored buildings in its old factories which do host more than fifty galleries and stores of artists and fetish creators. It is here that Milena has taken over the urban and social space of this small town that has literally become the gallery for her exhibition.

Impressions of “Plead guilty” by Milena Carbone above the streets of Noir’wen City (1)

Going up from the harbor to the central place of Noir’Wen City, the artist has arranged along the streets an impressive gallery of portraits of the inhabitants of this unlikely town who find themselves caught in the act of their desires or dreams. We do not know if each of these portraits overlooking the streets is a wanted poster or the image of their prisoner identity. It is in any case the living beacon of a long apocalyptic poem that we can read as we go along.

Impressions of “Plead guilty” by Milena Carbone above the streets of Noir’wen City (2)

Along your way you find posts with some lines of a poem titled also “Plead guilty”. Above the posts you can click to get to a website from Milena Carbone which offers more background information about the 35 exhibits above the streets and the full poem. Here’s a direct link.

We then visited the church transformed for the exhibition into a place of art where Milena offers us the still unknown “sermon of Mahdi”, the fiction of a new Christ illustrated by paintings inspired by the Renaissance religious art and described in a book readable in SL and exhibited in the church.

Impressions of “The Sermon of Mahdi” by Milena Carbone at Noir’wen City Church

From the church, we reached the castle on the heights of the city, where we had a wonderful lesson about “Nude is Art” with forty original paintings of Milena dedicated to the beauty of the body and its grace, beyond eroticism.

Impressions of “Nude is art” by Milena Carbone at Noir’wen City Castle (1)

We end our visit by stopping at the art center of Noir’Wen to sit for a moment in the center of a virtuous circle of fourteen artworks which illustrate the “nine levels of love” linked with five humanist values. We can then slowly savor the deep pleasures of this new artwork of Milena Carbone, which will require us to plunge back into it to capture all the dimensions and emotions it arouses.

Impressions of “nine levels of love” by Milena Carbone at Noir’wen Art Center

While walking, we could have also seen the galleries of many artists such as Belice Benoir (Ars Amandi), Ambre Singh, Colm Midnight, Al Niekerk, Anaya Oneiro, Jos Loll, Ninatchka, Pask Wasp, KarolinaKatt, BobbiEden, Wyald Woolley … We also noted the presence of a museum of virtual arts with an exhibition on the history of the pink Dildo. But these places will be the occasion of a new visit.

It remains in us the fundamental question that Milena Carbone asks us through this new masterpiece: is it fair to plead guilty?

Impressions of “Nude is art” by Milena Carbone at Noir’wen City Castle (2)

With the opening of “Plead guilty” by Milena Carbone, also this years Noir’Wen city festival has started. It takes place in Noir’Wen city during 2-3 months at the end of the summer.
The Festival will revolve around an original artwork created especially by a selected artist, integrated into the city, with the possibility of using all possible types of visual arts and whose concept will aim to “give life” to the city, its inhabitants and its creators. And the artist of this year is Milena Carbone. There will be quite some events.

I visited Noir’Wen City the first time in April 2020 (read here). Noir’Wen City is a permanent fetish fair with over 50 inworld stores, it is a place to socialize, it is a place for the the arts with several galleries and lots of art exhibited in the streets. Noir’Wen City is a big city and as such offers a great background for pictures and it offers also rentals (luxurious villas). Thank you to Belice Benoir, to Nieu (NieuwenHove) and to the whole team as well as to Nathalie Monday and to Violet Boa who gave me a bit more information.

Landmark to Noir’Wen City
Landmark to Noir’Wen City – “Plead guilty” by Milean Carbone – Starting point
“Plead guilty” website
Landmark to Noir’Wen City Church – “sermon of Mahdi” by Milena Carbone
Landmark to Noir’Wen City Castle – “Nude is art” by Milena Carbone
Landmark to Noir’Wen City Art Center – “nine levels of love” by Milena Carbone
Simploring 2020 (27) Noir’Wen City

Art in Second Life 2020 (48) Ambre Singh Gallery

I got a private message in Second Life from a reader after publishing my posts about “Bouquets and Flowers” by Colm Midnight at Noir’Wen City Gallery, ars amandi art gallery and Noir’Wen City itself. The reader recommended to visit Ambre Singh Gallery. Ambre Singh is a member of the Noir’Wen City team – and as I learned she has her own fan club. The above mentioned reader is a moderator in this fan club.

I went visiting Ambre Singh Gallery on Wednesday, July 1st, and I did not regret it.

Ambre Singh Gallery – Ground floor with current works

Ambre Singh is in Second Life for over 13 years. She writes about herself:
“‘It is your mind that creates this world’, said Buddha.
All you do in SL will subtlely change you and others in all worlds. So in my life and art, I thrive to add my spice, beauty and love.
I photograph people of character in beautiful places of SL or in studio. Sometimes, I create thematic images in SL, or I mix worlds… If the harvest is good, I make an exhibition.
Colorful or discrete, tender or erotic, my photos try to express the life and the soul of the people and places.

The Ambre Singh Gallery consists of several parts, a main floor with her current works, a second floor with her views on classical art and religion, a third floor with art from other artists, and a seperate room, where you can rezz other themed pictures or installations from Ambre Singh. There should be also an extra room with a permanent exhibition “Rumi in 100 illustrations”, dedicated to the “great mystic Rumi (I have no idea who that is, maybe the Persian poet who lived in the 13th century?). I didn’t find this room, it might have been temporarily closed when I visited Ambre Singh Gallery.

I first visited the main floor. The pictures there are mostly from the last 2 years and show quite a variety some are quite erotic, others show Ambre’s sense of humour.
I spent most of my time at Ambre Singh Gallery at the room where you can rezz different themed pictures or installations. Four rooms contain portraits, which seems to be one of Ambre’s passions.

Ambre Singh Gallery – Portraits

I saw illustrated quotes, a picture story named “The Tennis Match” and an installation named “The Heat Wave” where I could place myself in – coincidentally I was dressed perfect for it in my opinion *winks*

Ambre Singh Gallery – illustrated quotes, “The Tennis Match”, “The Heat Wave”

I furtheron saw the installation named “Nun of your Business”, which I really liked – funny and erotic.

Ambre Singh Gallery – “Nun of your business”

I also saw portraits and pictures of Amber herself – taken by other photographers. Ambre likes to be a model herself. To be honest, I like doing that also quite obviously.

Ambre Singh Gallery – “Ambre seen by other photographers”

There are more installations but I didn’t see them (yet!):
Jade Termple, The Lustiver Travels, The Art of Bliss, Bad crash on alien world, The chocorgy Room, 7 Deadly Sins, Anachronisms – Ambre’s early SL works, Movie posters pastiched by Ambre, Musical Quiz, What Tits this? An ode to breasts

I finished my first visit to Ambre Singh Gallery with the second floor, that shows her views on classical art and religion. When you look at these pictures from far away, you seem to be in a museum for classic art – if you take a closer look, then you see either manipulated classic pictures like the renowned Mona Lisa or you see pictures taken within Second Life, but looking like classic art or a mixture of these two. You shouldn’t miss a look at the second floor!

Ambre Singh Gallery – second floor “Classical art & religion”

Ambre Singh runs her own website with a lot more information. And she also has a flickr account.

Thank you Ambre for your work. I’m glad that I got the hint from your fan club. I enjoyed my visit!

Landmark to Ambre Singh Gallery
Ambre Singh’s website

Simploring 2020 (27) Noir’Wen City

For my simploring tour on Friday, April 3rd, I picked Noir’Wen CITY from SL Destinations because there was just a picture with a big city scene and a Japanese text and no blog entries yet. And it turned out to be a kinky place and not what I expected at all.

Noir’Wen City overview and office (landing point)

Noir’Wen City is an adult full region. As far as I could figure out it is owned by Belice Benoir and Nieu (NieuwenHove). The landmark description is short and a hint for the adult content “For a pleasure momentum…”

The landing in on the ground level of a highrise building in kind of an office. There’re several boards: One with the team who created Noir’Wen City (Belice Benoir, NieuwenHove, Ambre Singh, ateeya, GiorgioAcqua, Niky Niki, Hettange Ferryhill, marinagracherl), one with the support staff (onlye one person so far: Nathalie Monday), two boards with the logos of stores (amoung those also renowed brands like Real Restraints, NGW, Hugo Design, WS Creations, Nihil… in total over 50 stores) and one board for events. I had the opportunity to talk with Natahalie Monday at the end of my visit and learned that Noir’Wen City exists since last Summer and at this plave since January 2020.
And in Belice Benoir’s profile I found the following short description “Welcome to Noir’Wen village .. For your kinky pleasure elevation… Your permanent fetish fair to be explored !!! My passionate design project … with a great team!”

Noir’Wen City is a permant fetish fair with over 50 inworld stores.
Noir’Wen City is a place to socialize with at least 2 larger clubs (from what I saw during my simploring tour)
Noir’Wen City is a place for the art with several galleries and lots of art exhibited in the streets
Noir’Wen City is a big city and as such offers a great background for pictures
Noir’Wen City offers also rentals (luxurious villas) and you can become part of the community

Noir’Wen City – the permanent fetish fair

Stepping out of the office I noticed the first shops. This is not a usual fair with one shop or stand next to the other. Each shop is embedded in the city surrounding, some a small, some are larger, some extend over an entire building. It feels like going shopping in a city! With one little but important difference: All shops are either about kinks, bondage gear, about fetish clothing, beauty or jewelery – or short: the shops I visit usually *winks*

On my simploring tour I came across two larger clubs, the “Little Treat Bar” in a building with a cinema sign and “Le Boudoir Des Libertines” in a large seperate building. Both clubs were not empty. A group of people stood outside “Le Boudoir Des Libertines” and were talking French, obviously a French club. At the “Little Treat Bar” I was welcomed in English. Both clubs have their own flair and are very stylish. Later I learned that I missed some clubs (not that I am surprised) there’s also: Backdrop club, the brothel and the pole dance.

Noir’Wen City – “Little Treat Bar” and “Le Boudoir Des Libertines”

In Belice Benoir profile I read that she has a passion for art and owns her own gallery “ars amandi art gallery“. In Noir’Wen City is one building dedicated to this “ars amandi art gallery”, yet it is just an affiliate. The current exhibition there is called “The golden cage”. The building is a former indoor swimming pool now remodelled as a gallery for the erotic art of Belice Benoir. I enjoyed my visit and I intend to visit her main gallery, the “ars amandi art gallery“, soon.

Impressions of the exhibtion “The golden cage” at the affiliate “ars amandi art gallery” in Nor’Wen City

But there is more at in Nor’Wen City. The streets are full of it, mainly with art from Nieu (NieuwenHove) and from Belice Benoir. Road barriers or walls of buildings, boards or crossings are used to exhibit art. One picture from Nieu (NieuwenHove) caught my eye in particular “Au Joyeux dildo” – funny! You will find other galleries, like the gallery CM and the gallery of Ambre Singh. And I saw boards for a current photo contest at Noir’Wen City (Artists and photographers can register until 25 April to take part in the contest). They must then submit an artwork (digital processing allowed) by April 30th at the latest)

Art in the streets of Noir’Wen City and galleries

Beside of all this, Noir’Wen City is also a great place to explore and to take pictures. The city has flair and offers also outdoor cafe’s and bars as well as some spots by the shore to sit and enjoy. There’s one shore where the skylinie of NYC is in the background, another great place for a picture. You should also have a look inside of the church, it is a quite unusal church!

Nor’Wen City – Impressions of a simploring tour

Diomita in Nor’Wen City

I enjoyed my visit to Nor’Wen City! Thank you to Belice Benoir, Nieu (NieuwenHove) and to the whole team as well as to Natahalie Monday who gave me a bit more information. I hope that Noir’Wen City will get the attention it deserves.

Landmark to Noir’Wen CITY
Belice Benoir’s “ars amandi art gallery”