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Date: October 26, 12 pm SLT

Venue: Kondor Art Center, Second Life

In the vibrant virtual realm of Second Life, artistic expression knows no boundaries. It’s a place where creativity blossoms, and artists find their digital canvases to craft remarkable journeys of imagination. Monique Beebe, affectionately known as Moni, embodies this spirit, and her upcoming exhibition, “On The Move,” is poised to redefine the convergence of art and technology.

From the moment Moni logged into Second Life, she embarked on an odyssey of discovery, venturing into the breathtaking landscapes, engaging with diverse communities, and immersing herself in the profound experiences the platform offers. Her explorations served as the foundation for her artistic evolution, where she captured the essence of this digital realm in pictures and exhibitions.

However, Moni’s true passion unfolded through the creation of midjourney works and MP4 videos—a distinctive art form that seamlessly blends storytelling with animation. As an avatar, she pushes the boundaries of creativity, transcending the limitations of the virtual world. Moni’s journey in Second Life has been defined by innovation and a relentless pursuit of artistic expression.

“On The Move” is more than just an exhibition; it’s a leap into a new era of artistic expression. Moni’s work embodies the spirit of creativity and collaboration that thrives in the digital realm. Whether you’re a connoisseur of art and technology, a futurist envisioning new horizons, or someone who simply admires the creative process, this exhibition promises to captivate your imagination.

As the clock ticks closer to October 26 at 12 pm SLT, make sure to mark your calendar and teleport to the Kondor Art Center. Moni’s “On The Move” exhibition promises to leave you spellbound, provoking contemplation about the limitless possibilities that arise when humans and AI collaborate to redefine art.

In a world where pixels meet passion, Moni’s work is a testament to the power of creative exploration and digital innovation. Join us at Kondor Art Center and embark on this extraordinary journey into the boundless realm of Second Life’s artistic expression.

Violet Boa

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