Diary 2018 (86) May 17th – 19th – Catwoman

There’s not much to report from Thursday, May 17th. Mistress Jenny and I spent the night with slave drone Flo at Heavy Bondage club reading profiles and chatting. We had some fun teasing Argi, who was in a conference chat with us, and time flew by. Back at home we played a round of skipee and that’s it about Thursday night.

May 17th: Mistress Jenny, slave drone Flo and Diomita at Heavy Bondage Club / May 18th: Angelique, Diomita and Mistress Jenny dancing at our Friday night party

Friday night we had our regular party again. And this time it was frequented as usual. Angelique joined us as there was none at Sainte Agathe Castle. We also got a rare guest – Danii Szydlowska, a former sub of ours. She was wearing a catwoman suit and it was no surprise at all that she was fully restricted, that’s her passion. Danii did publish a picture of her visit to us on her deviant Art website and she wrote about her visit to our party there:

May 18th: Diomita, Angelique, Danii Szydlowska, Mistress Jenny at our Friday night Party (picture taken by Danii)

Locked in my new outfit, with all restrictions in place, I (finally) got to visit my old family and friends on their weekly friday night party!
You can see the effect of my visual limitation, as everyhting beyond a couple of meters is blacked out (makes it pretty hard to find my way)
Having no names (except in the chat window), I’m pretty sure nevertheless you can see Miss Diomita, her niece Angelique, and Miss Jenny here with me.
Most of the time I had no idea what they were talking about or saying to me, as I got DannaPearl’s SubListen & SubSpeak HUD locked on me. I’m sorry friends if I ignored anything you said or asked, as I saw only things like:
[15:01] Diomita Maurer: : -a-a-e in -e- -i–e, u–e-ie-e- in -e- -o-e
[15:01] Diomita Maurer: : -u– -u– -u–
[15:01] Diomita Maurer: : -i–e -a–e

But nevertheless, I had fun, the music was good and… most importantly: I was restricted!

Saturday afternoon, May 19th, was quite busy. When I came inworld I met with Angelique and we both couldn’t hold back and went inside having a bath together. Well there was more ….*coughs*. We had no time to dress again when Mistress Jenny came inworld and soon after also Kitty joined us there.

May 19th: Angelique and Diomita taking a bath / Diomita, Kitty and Mistress Jenny

I got a spontaneous invitation from Kerupa Flow to attend a real time piano improvisation. I had visited Kerupa’s installation “If the Mind is Absent” at LEA 11 and wrote a blog post about it (read here).
Mistress Jenny, Kitty and I went there and we listened to the piano play of rulie cisse of for about 15 minutes. There was also some chat, but we couldn’t understand a single word as it was in Japanese. The place and in particular the stage was decorated by Kerupa and knowing the installation at LEA 11 I could recognize the style.
The variety, that Second Life has to offer, still does impress me!

May 19th: real time piano Improvisation by rulie cisse, decoration by Kerupa Flow

Then we went to Gwen’s storage, picked up slave kelly there and brought her home. Mistress Jenny had to leave us for RL and I went to our Fetisch Club Chez Maurer with Angelique, slave kelly and Kitty. Kitty danced for us there and Angelique and I cuddled and chatted with slave kelly at our feet until it was time for me to tend to my RL.

May 19th: Mistress Jenny, Diomita, Kitty and Angelique picking up slave kelly at Gwen’s storage / Diomita and Angelique with Kitty and slave kelly at our Fetisch Club Chez Maurer

At night, Mistress Jenny was not inworld. I first met Anne and we went to see slave kelly at the Fetisch Club Chez Maurer. Anne began to tease slave kelly proposing several ways to humiliate her. She had in mind to put slave kelly in a tube and to suspend another slave above her so that slave kelly could drink the other slave’s pee. As Anne said she saw such a tube cell at Gwen’s, we went over there to her a look. Anne meant a floor cage! Well, we have that at home for slave kelly, her pit.
I showed Anne slave kelly’s pit and I’m pretty sure that slave kelly thought she might end there the next minute – she didn’t. Angelique joined us and she showed me her maid dress, lovely!

May 19th: Anne, Diomita and slave kelly (upper left and upper middle) / Diomita at home with Angelique, slave kelly and slave Flo (lower left) / Diomita with slave kelly and slave Flo at Lochme (lower middle) / Diomita and Angelique (right)

Anne and Angelique left and I spent the rest of Saturday night with slave kelly and slave Flo. We went to Lochme, Mesmerize Dungeon and to Puerto Esclava. At Puerto Esclave we had a bit of fun and we met Millianrose, who I know from deviant Art. Inworld she’s known as Lady Rosecynder Orlais (yugia). slave kelly did lick my boots while slave Flo and I watched the scene. It was quite quiet and I could relax.

May 19th: Diomita with slave kelly and slave Flo at Puerto Esclava (left pictures) / Diomita storing slave kelly on our slut platform at home

After slave Flo went off to bed, I took slave kelly home and I stored her on our slut platform …. using her butt plug leash to make it a bit more uncomfy.
And that’s it for Saturday and for this diary post.

Simploring 2018 (43) Kerupa Flow – If the Mind is Absent

Wednesday, May 9th, I visited “If the Mind is Absent“, an installation by Kerupa Flow within the LEA program.
Kerups writes in the landmark’s description “When something feels meaningful, I notice my own mind. Is it just a form? Or is it standing at the rare moment that my heart meets your heart?
This description is a good start. At the landing point there’s a bit more information, in English and in Japanese, as Kerupa is from Japan.

Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” – at the landing Point

Things differ depending on the viewers.
Physics? No, in my mind, in your mind.

Sometimes it’s a mistake
But illusion is a fun toy.
Sometimes it is a political confrontation.
It may be that we are opening our eyes at the risk of life.

I think that my sense of reality may have changed significantly in 2011.
It was a year of major disaster in Japan.
The things that are happening at that time reflect something in my work.
I myself often do not notice about it whan making.
I’m thinking about the meaning again while surrounding my past works.

Looking up at the sky at night, the stars away from the eyes’ focus are more clearly visible. I hope my work show things like that way.
I’m happy if you can enjoy my world a bit off the reality.

As much as possible, I will explain the meaning of what I made.
I know that it will not be the end of what you seeing.


Impressions of Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” (1)

Impressions of Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” (2)

If the Mind is Absent” consits of a center piece that clearly is an interpretation of the Tsunami in Japan 2011. Around of this center piece are other works of Kerupa, maybe exibited before as single objects. They are either displayed stand alone or are in seperate rooms that you can walk into. The room “Invisible” deals with the catastrophy of 2011 again.
Kerupa works with optical illusions. No projectors are used but what you see depends on where you stay and look at. To experience Kerupa’s work you shouldn’t use your camera too much but walk around instead, walk into the art, feel it literally.
There are many heads, some are quite artifical and can be seen just from a certain viewing angel, otherwise they look like a chunk of prims. Other heads have a face on each side, that looks at you, but it is an optical illusion.
Another element of Kerupa’s art are silhouettes of humans and last but not least Kerupa uses optical illusions that draw you into the art. It is that you see always something different depending on where you are, that makes Kerupa’s work that particular.

Impressions of Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” (3)

Impressions of Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” (4)

I spent an hour at “If the Mind is Absent” and I still haven’t discovered everything. Kerupa’s art lets your mind roam, it is relaxing to just open your mind and let it happen. Memories, my own memories did pop up. My mind is never absent, I can’t switch it off. I interpret “If the Mind is Absent” as “If your mind roams, if your mind doesn’t deal with everyday life issues, if your mind does see soemthing that isn’t there (optical illusion).
I also got a new insight of what the catastropy of Fukushima meant to the people of Japan. It did not just destroy a whole region but it also destroyed the trust in technical progress, the trust in a better life and what is left are memories and chaos.
At most pieces you’ll find texts in English and in Japanese about the art and what Kerupa had in mind with it. There’s also recommendations of how to set your windlight setting (some art looks best set to “midnight”).

Impressions of Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” (5)

Impressions of Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent” (6)

I took a lot of pictures again, but the pictures can’t reflect the three dimensional experience which is much more intense. Best is to see it yourself.

I like Kerupa Flow’s art and I’m very impressed of “If the Mind is Absent“. The installation should be open at least until June 30th. Thank you Kerupa for your work!

Landmark to Kerupa Flow’s “If the Mind is Absent”