The great Second Life multimedia artist Cherry Manga (see my reviews of her some of her other works over the past two years below) has scored again with a frightening work called "Insanity". Parts of the exhibit move and shift shapes, what you think may actually be permanent may just be an illusion. The expressions and physicality of the sculptures reminded me of those old photographs of what people looked like in the past when they were locked up in psychiatric hospitals before modern and humane forms of treatment took hold. I found this exhibit quite upsetting, and mesmerizing at the same time, and highly recommend that you visit.
All photography taken with the programmed Windlight settings used on the sim.
To see more blog coverage of Insanity and additional photography:
To see my reviews and photography of past works by Cherry Manga:
Little Red Riding Hood (LRHH), The Other Side of the Story (2013):
They Garden (2012):
The Door of the Invisible Cities:
See more of her works here over on her You Tube Channel: