Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Space 4 Art: Going Cyber

Going Cyber is the title of the recent ARThabitat-exhibition by Asmita Duranjaya. The term CyberArt will play a major role in the next time at Space 4 Art, because there is a lack of definition, what cyber art really means. Asmita tries to define the term for herself and shows a variety of pieces, which could label this term in her eyes. Comments are welcome.
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Space%204%20Art/55/78/2011 .

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Spatula Delights - Mountain Sides

is the title of a beautiful exhibition of RL-paintings with spatula technique by kayly Iali. All brandnew pictures are inspired by kayly's excursions to mountainous landscapes. The opening is on Tuesday, 15th of July 2014 starting from 1pm SLT on the RoofTopGallery at Space 4 Art:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Space%204%20Art/77/23/1038 .

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Monday, June 9, 2014

Tales of the Future at SL11B

Asmita's cyber-tree at the SL11B festival shows on its platforms some mini-installations of a bigger cycle at the art-sim Space 4 Art on the topic "Tales of the Future", also following a full sim installation at LEA in January 2014.
The tales have not all a positive end, but are more dystopic and show the negative results, which could happen, if we don't care now. Participating artists in the project "Tales of the Future" have been: Asmita Duranjaya, maikelkay Resident, ChapTer Kronfeld, Louly Loon, kjs Yip and Celestine Ghiardie.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Moewe Winkler: Inside the Loop

Her exhibition at the MBK Gallery is an interactive firework for friends of kinetic virtual art - an absolute Must-Have-Seen. Moewe Winkler, who insists in developing all scripts herself shows the impact of art in the virtuality: perturbing the onlooker with unexpected effects lets him question his mental schemes and guides him to new perspectives. Vernissage: 8th of June 2014 1pm SLT at
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Meisterbastler/46/170/34 .

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Fractal Art from a modern INDIA

Countless gallery-owners in Second Life are charming this young Indian artist, who has become a real shooting star in the art scene of Second Life with his new way to make fractals attractive pieces of art, which everybody wants to own. Space 4 Art is glad to host this talent as an artist in residence and is proud to announce his first RoofTopExhibition with the title "Sense of the Future: CyberFractals by Ranadeep".
This celebration of forms and colors can be visited from 15th of May until 13th of June at this slurl: 
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Space%204%20Art/61/37/1037 .

Friday, April 25, 2014

Nightmares by Asmita Duranjaya at Aakriti

With the exhibition nightmares Asmita shows once more a conceptual installation, which can be perceived as provocative, confusing and distressing. It is an immersive interactive show for all senses, which can be stressed in virtual worlds. The installation follows the tradition of the so called concept art and scripts, sounds, particles, prim- and sculpt-objects are used to express a mental condition associatively in a 3D-arrangement. The opening will take place on Sunday, 27th at 1:30 in Ranadeep's Aakriti Gallery:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Amadora/174/171/22 .

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Colours by Sisi Biedermann - RoofTopExhibition Space 4 Art

The well known SL-artist Sisi Biedermann shows for one month some of her RL-paintings in a RoofTop-Exhibition at the Space 4 Art Gallery. Some of them are also part of a recent RL exhibition of the artist in Copenhagen. Sisi's paintings are colourful and vivid and a joy for every aficionado of RL-art in SL.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Space%204%20Art/65/16/1055 .

Saturday, April 12, 2014

In Motion by Asmita

All the pieces, which Asmita has created for the Galeria Mexico have one or more elements in motion. They show the main script palette used to animate virtual artwork in Second Life. The exhibition shows the recent tendency of Asmita Duranjaya's work to work with cyber-elements. According to this topic the visitor will find an avi in the gallery, playing on an electronic musical instrument called Theremin and used to produce a SF-soundscape. The music example is a collage from sounds of the movie Forbidden Planet, whose soundtrack has been produced by Louis and Bebe Barron in 1956. The strange electronical sounds can be accompanied by a slow dance as well.The Opening will be on Sunday 13th of April at 2:30pm SLT: 
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ometeotl/116/216/52 .

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