Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Seraph Kegel's 'Dazed Entelechy' Art Exhibit is now open at LEA 22


Photography from LEA Blog

Seraph Kegel has a new sim-sized art exhibit open on LEA (Linden Endowment for the Arts) Sim 22

The art is about a missing avatar named Amelia,  and her disjointed attempts to figure out who her true self is. Seraph writes the following:

Amelia knows she's a human being behind an avatar, but deciding if her real person is more or less real than her virtual counterpart becomes an issue she has to figure out. Doing so proves far more difficult than she could have dreamed, within the many ideas of what makes a person, the walls we place between ourselves and other people, the masks we wear -- from those that most resemble life to those that are barely made out of cardboard, and even the most fake of masks can birth a life on their own.


Photography from LEA Blog

You can read more about the exhibit here:
Linden Endowment for the Arts: 'Dazed Entelechy' at LEA 22:

You can visit the exhibit here:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA22/227/29/22

Things to know for your visit:
  • Allow Region Sky Settings
  • Take the HUD by the entrance and wear it
  • There is a stage as part of the exhibit..which, yes, it belongs to the exhibit, yet it's meant for people to participate in any way they want. Feel free to contact Seraph Kegel if you are interested.
  • There is also a TP hidden within the sim to a skybox where the project that gave birth to this second project is located.




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