Gitu Aura creates wonderful digitally layered pictures based on photos in Second Life. This time she has composed pictures, which look like excerpts of old film roles; their grungy style radiates an atmosphere of melancholic recollection. The mid-term-party in the TopGallery of Space 4 Art is on 27th at 1pm SLT. Cordial invitation!
Friday, October 25, 2013
Friday, October 18, 2013
The webpage: http://www.sublevel12.de/FdL/FdL2013e.htm shows all events of the FdL today and the events run by Asmita Duranjaya at Space 4 Art start at 2pm SLT here:
The 1st event is a small art exhibition with pictures of digitally processed Hybrid Flowers as a symbol for the cultural hybridisation starting with every process of migration.
The 2nd event is a reading of 9 poems of the author Ahmad Zia Hadi, who migrated from Afghanistan to Germany; poetry has become an importan cultural form for him to express his inner feelings and problems in the migration process. The poetry reading is interrupted by 3 traditional Afghan pieces of music, played on the traditional musical instruments Dutar and Zirbaghali. Asmita's art installation on her quarter of the sim symbolizes the recent situation of Afghanistan and there is a infotainment part with 8 questions concerning this topic and with the chance to win something after finding the correct solution. Cordial invitation!
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
At 20:30 MEZ or 11:30 am SLT the science fiction author Michael Iwoleit will read from his work at Asmita's art installation for the FdL 2013 in the open grid of Metropolis. The offical start of this yearly festival organised by Brennende Buchstaben, run by Kueperpunk Korhonen and Zauselina Rieko, is at 11:00 am and there will be 30-minute- events according to the public schedule: http://www.sublevel12.de/FdL/FdL2013e.htm . The festival is a cooperation of all types of cultural forms of expression, literature, art, music, performance. It will continue on Friday in Second Life and run until next Tuesday. Absolutely recommended!
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
arranged by the German literature group Brennende Buchstaben is looming on the horizon and the blogosphere becomes active. Here is a blog entrance by Hydorgol, a German science fiction author, who does interviews with all active contributers for the FdL until the opening day:
More to come ...