In this Carapace, dead cells come to life in the formation of structures resembling shells, nails, and hair. The surface reveals the presence of microorganisms, symbolizing the symbiotic relationship between the body and the microscopic beings that inhabit and constitute it. The work highlights the rigid conformation and elasticity of keratin as structures that protect, adorn and arm living beings.
Neverending is the storybook of an artist, whose writing and drawings come to life and you can follow his path through his adventures. This exhibit is about illusion and a mix of industrial, nature, and possibly something about fairy and dragons. There are some hidden spots, so explore, hang out, chill, and follow the story's adventure.
Immerse yourself in GOELA, a sculptural installation at Exhibition Pavilion #1 at GBTH, that explores consumption and its relation to our perception. Brazilian artist Públio (Bebel) uses Second Life as a “...bridge to amplify the possibility of manifesting extensions… of itself in different forms.” More info at gbth.org/Exhibition-Pavilion-1
Showcasing at The Vordun Museum and Gallery, with over 100 paintings, engravings, and letters, Allegories of Artemisia celebrates the life and work of Artemisia Gentileschi, a remarkable and influential Italian baroque painter, who is said to be the first woman in art history to make a living from her work.
Pore over the imagery at Vessels by Rob Danton Unit #4 at GBTH, a photographic exhibit that is the result of the artist’s long interest in our avatars and how we choose to represent ourselves virtually. Illuminating the individual details and unique aspects of avatars, Danton’s pictures try to answer the question "What would you choose to look like?" It seems to be, in many cases, "Something like me." More info at gbth.org/Unit-4
Join the inquiry at DISTANCE, by Mich Michabo, a photographic installation at Unit #7 at GBTH, that invites us to question how our virtual selves can be extensions of our real selves. Michabo positions herself in a virtual environment, recalling scenes from the urban life of a young woman, and reinforces the connection between the virtual and the physical. More info at gbth.org/Unit-7
Resolve to visit NEW YEARS EVE, a video installation at Unit #8 GBTH, that plumbs the depths of personal experiences since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. UK artist Amanda (aht1981) employs pop art sensibility to aim her documentary lens and capture the honest responses of her social milieu. More info at gbth.org/Unit-8
What would you leave behind, if you decided to lose yourself? For the final round of this collective exhibition at GBTH, 16 artists were invited to answer this question through the occupation of two apartment buildings. More info at gbth.org/GBTH-presents-Colonia-2-0
Artist Marina Münter revisits NON-PERISHABLE for a third time, the exhibit that inspired the founding of GBTH in 2017. Presenting a series of stand-alone photographs and shipping container installations, the artist pairs color-associated scenographic assemblages with evocative references in a visually stunning display. NON-PERISHABLE invites the viewer to consider the ways in which we attach meaning and value to the objects in our lives, and how these associations shape our understanding of the world around us. More info at gbth.org/NON-PERISHABLE-by-Marina-Munter
C E N I T's debut exhibition at the GBTH is a visual journey through the highs and lows of love. LET ME IN, LET ME OUT tells a story that is both personal and universal, exploring the complexities of the human heart. Through her imagery, C E N I T invites us to reflect on our own experiences of love and loss, and to find solace in the beauty that can emerge from even the darkest moments. The times we share with each other are a gift that cannot be taken back. More info at gbth.org/Unit-2
PRIMITIVE marks Grant Valeska's debut solo exhibition at the GBTH and provides a captivating introduction to his artistic vision and approach. Challenging the pre-existing notion that intentionality is not possible in work where aesthetics and visual impact take precedence, Valeska masterfully transports the viewer into a world of striking poses, intricate textures, and arresting compositions. More info at gbth.org/Unit-1
Within the depths of Walton F. Wainwright's psyche, a fascination with the macabre and the realm of death unfurled like a dark tapestry. It was from these haunting manifestations of blurry memories that the sculpture set known as "AMALGAMATION” was born—an exhibit at GBTH that dared to peel back the veneer of societal taboo and confront humanity's primal fear. Content Warning: Gore!
The doors swung open, revealing a vibrant world pulsating with energy. Neon lights bathed the entrance in a kaleidoscope of colors, casting a surreal glow on the eager crowd. The bass of disco music throbbed through the air, vibrating with an irresistible rhythm. Glitter rained down from the ceiling, catching the light and creating a sparkling rain. The atmosphere was a mixture of euphoria and freedom, as the revelers moved to the music with carefree abandon, lost in the magic of KLUB 15. KLUB 15 by Keiko Clementine is an art exhibit at GBTH. Learn more at gbth.org/Unit-6
Vincent Priesley’s most recent exhibition at the GBTH is an ode to hair. In its infinite variety, the love of hair reveals our capacity to find beauty in the simplest of things and our enduring quest to express our inner selves. DÉCOIFFÉ is a celebration of love and acceptance. Hair is more than just follicles and keratin. More info at gbth.org/Exhibition-Pavilion-3
GBTH x Rachel Breaker collective 3D exhibition, a collaboration initiated in 2019, is back! The project's evolution has seen a theme emerge for its fifth and final round, inviting participants to answer the question, "How are you now that it is over?"— a deeply subjective and interpretive journey. When one chapter ends, another begins. For more info gbth.org/GBTH-x-Rachel-Breaker-EPILOGUE
After three years of dormancy, XXTRA is back with its third edition, boasting 250 pages of Halloween-inspired content created by 28 talented artists. Alongside the publication, they’ve partnered with GBTH to host a gallery showcase, displaying one selected artwork from each artist's submission. Read the magazine here bit.ly/xxtra-3
"Echoes in the Garden," is an interactive installation by Rose Borchovski on the "Susa Bubble" story. I hear echoes in the garden. Is anybody listening? I hear lost echoes in the garden! Is anybody listening? And they whisper: “The ones who are only living, are the ones who are only dying.”
An exhibit of 3D sculptures, images, and videos about Mitoraj Art by Marea2007 Praga in Plusia Land since 2007. This project represents a tribute to his art and a contribution so that even just one person who has never seen his sculptures can come to the curiosity to deepen his unlimited creativity.
Heartseed is the creation of Jedda Zenovka, who also built the landscape of Happy Clam Island where it resides. Its psychedelic mix of form and color are, in Jedda’s words, “Tripped out designs that naturally fuse organic forms; water, sounds, plant-creatures, that blend into a mythical protopean environment.”
In this unique virtual experience at the SLEA, see a showcase of a selection of stunning photographs from the Archeology and Ethnology Museum - UFBA'S iconographic collection. These images beautifully capture the richness, culture, and essence of the Pankararé community, located in Brazil's northeast region, providing a remarkable window into their world.
Mythologies is the latest art exhibit by Alpha Tribe. An architecture and a number of small landscapes in which deities and characters from different mythologies across history can be present virtually - sometimes sharing spaces and sometimes thematically separated.
GlastonBelli and Corsica South Coasters are delighted to introduce a colorful new art installation by Regi Yifu, entitled 'Limitations Are Self-Imposed.' Artists-In-Residence are usually invited to keep their projects in the area for at least six months, so there is plenty of time to take in this visually engaging and interactive exhibit.
“Spiralo” is a virtual cultural complex produced by the noise-classical music project 'Tia Rungray'. The space will include a sound installation hall, a gallery, a café, and a shopping floor. The name "Spiralo" means "spiral" in Esperanto, and the name comes from the fact that the floors are arranged in a spiral pattern, inspired by the image of everyday life and art blending together in virtual life. The idea is to make it easier to enjoy high-quality art activities in Second Life and to make visitors more aware of their close relationship to life. It functions to make everyday activities such as watching, listening, dressing, talking and photography more artistic. It offers you a way to enjoy the time and space in which you can relax in everyday life. As a cultural hub for contemporary art in Second Life, “Spiralo” hopes to continue to create a cultural scene.
Walls of Freedom is based on the book of the same name portraying the first three years of the Egyptian revolution that began on January 25, 2011, told through striking images of art that transformed Egypt's walls into a visual testimony of bravery and resistance. This is an ongoing build where fiction meets nonfiction or is it where nonfiction meets fiction? This platform is all about art, politics, and religion!
Fashion designer Sascha Carvalho presents the NO ONOFF #4 metaverse installation salon, which seeks to bridge the gap between physical and metaverse environments. The works on display at this multimedia salon address reality, sex, gender, personal identity, and the way we view ourselves and each other in our globalized world. Featured at the largest design event in northern Europe: DDW
Artist Bamboo Barnes' installation at Artsville is a surrealist, abstract masterpiece which complements her 2D artwork perfectly. Visitors can wander around, take pictures, and admire her mesmerizing art. Shared Environment and Advanced Lighting Model are advised for the best experience.
Explore "Abstracts & Artifacts" by Lee Boot, a virtual art exhibition at The Peale in Second Life. Lee Boot spent 25 years merging artistic thought with scientific research to address societal challenges, emphasizing the unique perspectives artists offer. He believes in artists' potential not just for their creations, but for their mindset, asserting that our biggest hurdles stem from a lack of imagination and cultural understanding.
We Orange The World is an awareness destination supporting UN Women's 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence faced by women and girls around the globe. This installation features artwork by some of the finest artists and will host many live singers and DJs from November 25th to December 10th.
"Clay and Seed" is a region-wide art installation in the Gobi Oasis of Akimori. Created by HaveIt Neox (3D Installation), Bamboo Barnes (2D Art), and Lilia Artis (Poetry) -- In a floating world, these 3 artists balance the erosion of human relationships, loneliness, and abuse with our better natures of hope, gratefulness, and growth. Please come and explore this unique collaborative masterpiece!
Chris Marker, celebrated French photographer and film director, invites you on a tour of his work, led by his longtime guide, Monsieur Guillame, an orange cat who pops up to assist you on your travels. This is a part of the Chris Marker exhibition at the Museum fuer Gestaltung Zuerich.
At Foul Whisperings, Strange Matters, explore this immersive project that involved a creative team of more than 40 artists, actors, sound engineers, designers, and literature experts. This themed island features gaming-style interactivity for individual users to experience in a media-rich environment employing sound, text and animation. Discover the magic for yourself!
The Borderless Project is a region-wide, multi-level, interactive digital art exhibition in which they play with light: reflections, structures, movement, creation, and evolution. With sounds and music to match the emotions brought to life by the multi-talented team of artists and scripters: Betty Tureaud, Gem Preiz, Delain Canucci, Thoth Jantzen, Mitsuko Kytori, Blaise Timtam, and Akiko Kinoshi. For a quick preview, play this video and skip ahead to 14:30 - youtu.be/2cViS7vJ0bU?t=870
With generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts. An eccentric man living alone in the countryside discovers an impossible channel on his television set. This begins a story where you find the pages from his torn up diary and collect parts to write a letter. What you write in your letter will decide how the story ends. Watch the trailer: youtu.be/1rQrAv45d4c
XSPACE is an interactive region-wide installation made by Betty Tureaud and AI. A space and light art with interactive elements where you can fly in space on a skateboard and experience a place with distant galaxies seen through a space telescope. Find the space crab to ride and have fun!
Digital Dreams is an immersive region-wide art gallery made entirely by AI. When you arrive, please accept the Elite experience and the multilingual TourGuide HUD provided, or you can just walk and explore. The Guide will show (or teleport) you to the six themed chambers containing hundreds of photos to immerse you in magical worlds. Room description is in nearby chat followed by a gift if wearing the HUD.
The SLRandom ArtCrew invites you to explore the exhibit titled "The Inner Conversation" at Roxkstudio on the RydenShire region. This is an immersive art installation that expresses the thoughts that someone might have in those moments of self-reflection, such as over a cup of coffee or in the bathroom mirror at the moment.
"Nostalgia" is an interactive lyrical installation inspired by growing up during the Cold War, as well as various personal experiences and tragedies. Each of the 6 levels represents an era of the Artist's life. Visitors are encouraged to experience the story in chronological order. New visitors will enter at the landing point and follow a single easy-to-find teleporter to the next time period. For best viewing, accept the SLEA experience.
Planet Tambalya is an art exhibit at SLEA by AmandaT Tamatzui. The theme is Sci-fi whimsical, so you are welcome to enjoy the colourful world, and get a Tambalyan passport which will make a good memento. There will be monthly events with gifts and other fun times. Make sure you use shared environment especially when you ride the rockets/shuttles up into space!
Come travel and dance across RAGE LAND, a gigantic universe full of planets and galaxies intertwined with stunning artistic statues, blinding lights, and flowing particles. Art critics have acclaimed RAGE LAND as a shocking and bewildering artistic experience that will awe you. Rage Darkstone, the well-known SL artist, created this experience as part of a six-month-long award by the SLEA.
Created by a woman, come to discover and visit a world of giant sculptures on an entire region, a breath of virility and greatness. TerraMerhyem, a renowned French artist, shows her vision of the Sacred Masculine as she imagines it, desires it, and magnifies it. Beauty, strength, majesty, power, protection, intelligence, goodness, creativity, respect, justice, and wisdom. Positive masculine energy with mythological and modern figures. The sacred masculine can be seen as the deep essence of man, and be wished. This exhibit will be open at SLEA until December 31st.
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