Thursday, November 6, 2014

Great Second Life Art Installations: Taxy! to the Zircus, An Incredibly Fun Interactive Masterpiece

Eupalinos Ugajin's  Taxy! to the Zircus is great fun. The installation itself, over at  Per4mances MetalES,  is located inside a large metallic "bubble". Visitors interacts with various shapes and objects and become part of the always-in-motion art installation. You can see Ryce Skytower interacting with the art in the photograph above and last three photographs in this post.

I think I enjoyed visiting and interacting with this installation more than any other in my nearly 8 years in Second Life. It not only is fun; the shimmering shapes and finishes are beautiful to admire and photograph. I highly recommend a visit.

Taxy! to the Zircus can be visited through the end of December 2014 at:


Touch shapes and objects to interact with the exhibit. Be prepared for some very hyperkinetic movements.

Make sure your sounds  are turned when you visit -- this is an interactive media event.

If you fall to the bottom, you can fly up or just return to where you arrived.

Finally, make sure to fire yourself from the human cannon.  You will feel just like a circus performer with a serious death wish!

For more information about Taxy! to the Zircus:

Artist Eupalinos' Website:

Per4mances MetalES  ..O..  Website:

Ziki Questi's Blog:

Kate Bergdorf's Blog:

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