Sunday, April 17, 2016

Great Second Life Destinations: A Preview of Frankx Lefavre's Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor at LEA 23

Frankx Lefavre is one of my very favorite environmental artists on Second Life. I always look forward to his brilliant installations which are often kinetic and brilliantly animated. Frankx's latest work, Serotonin Uptake Inhibitor, which is still under construction at the time of photography of this blog post, will be one of the LEA highlights of 2016. The term "serotonin uptake inhibitor" related to how modern antidepressant medications, the best known being Prozac, work within the brain.

I will conjecture that Frankx's work is his vision of what happens within the brain when serotonin does it job and allows the mind to feel suppressed pleasurable sensations.  You can brain synapses "fire" with brilliant memories. The entire work is mesmerizing, even in its non-finished state.

When visiting, make sure to enable advanced lighting to get the most out of the art installation. I found that the electronic music that was playing on the parcel to be very complimentary and enhanced my viewing experience.

To visit this highly recommended art installation:

To see my earlier reviews of Frankx Lefavre's LEA installations:

Qualia  (December 2014)

Cocytus-  The Ninth Circle of Hell  (May 2015):

Glass and Light Breakwave - (November 2015)

My reviews of concurrent art installations at LEA Sims that you can visit now:

LEA 2: Funky Junk  (February 2016)

LEA 10: Cyberpolis, The Oracle  (March 2016)

LEA 26: Heritage, Wrecks and Vestiges Fractals Exhibits  (March 2016)

My reviews of concurrent art installations at LEA Sims that you can visit now (continued):

LEA 16: Entropy 3  (March 2016)

LEA 20: Light Thoughts 2  (April 2016):

Looking for more places to visit?

To see more of my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):

Check out Scoop It Second Life Destinations for more great places to visit:

Check out the LEA Blog for current information on art installations:

I constructed the animated  GIFs above  from 15 individual frames each over at

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