Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Make Sure To See This Great Art Installation by Rose Borchovski, The Inevitability of Fate



This art installation from Rose Borchovski was first shown in 2012. I have not seen it before, and ran across it on Slice a few days ago. The work tells the story of Angry Beth and the child Lot during a war and makes an emotional impact. The multimedia installation moves and is interactive,- yellow tears are poseballs, and hands with eyeballs are teleports. Make sure your music is off and sound setting is up when you visit.

The recommended Windlight sky settings are Bryn Oh's Mayfly or Place Annamaria, and [TOR] Ice-like for the water. I used the actual light settings programmed with the sim, but lightened up the images a bit in processing and applied a 30% lomo effect to bring out image three-dimensionality.

I highly recommend that you visit if you have never seen the installation:

SLurl:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Cariacou/186/77/171



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This installation was first displayed in 2012. Quan Lavender has a very good review of this exhibit over at her blog:

http://quanlavender.blogspot.com/2012/06/tragedy-of-childhood.html

To see more additional photography and a review of the installation:

http://slicesoflifesl.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/the-inevitability-of-fate/





















1 comment:

  1. Thank you!
    Check also some machinima about this great installation:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2tDWH7r-KU

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