Friday, August 22, 2014

Great Second Life Art Installations: The Sea of Cubic Dreams by Alegria Studio at LEA 25

The Sea of Cubic Dreams, by Alegria Studio, and recently open as one of over full sim 20 art installations awarded by the Linden Endowment for the Arts this past July, is a gorgeous and hyperkinetic art installation. The viewer becomes part of the installation by sitting on one of the black or aqua colored cubes and moving and spinning the cubes by controlling their movement.  Spinning cubes at fast speed can yield a nauseous sensation if viewed through mouselook.

I really had fun here, and highly recommend you visit -- I am not sure how long this installation will be up since Alegria Studio has a larger project, Theater Night’s Dream, planned for this space at an upcoming date. All photography utilizes the dark blue  Windlight Sky Setting already programmed on the parcel.

To visit:

Instructions on how to use the moving exhibit from Alegria Studio:

Like bubble universes, each cube contains a person's dreams. Choose yours and start dreaming...

Cubes instructions:
1. Approach to a cube
2. Sit on it
3. Touch it and move it
5. Enjoy floating!

Additional Artist Information:

Alegria Studio Website

Alegria Store:

Facebook Page:

To see my review of another current LEA installation, "Sprit Within", from earlier this week:

To find out more about Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA):

To see more photography from this destination, head over to the following blogs:reviews:

Caitlin Tobias:

Living in a Modern World

Ryce can be seen moving on the cubes in these images.

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