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Artistic Events in Second Life

An Emotional Journey Between Worlds and Media at Manoji’s Exhibition

Splash the Gouache: An Emotional Journey Between Worlds and Media at Manoji’s Exhibition at Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery

  • Date: May 26, 2024
  • Description: Discover the thrilling exhibition by Manoji at the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery. A journey between worlds and media that will leave you breathless.
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Virtual Luxury Shopping

Dive into Virtual Luxury at the Dubai Shopping Event

Dive into the Virtual Luxury: Dubai Shopping Event, May 2024 in Second Life

  • Date: May 20, 2024
  • Description: Experience virtual luxury at the Dubai Shopping Event in May 2024 in Second Life. A must-attend event for shopping enthusiasts!
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Challenges of Original Mesh Creators

The Challenges of Original Mesh Clothing Creators in Second Life

The Challenges of Original Mesh Clothing Creators in Second Life: A Personal Perspective

  • Date: May 15, 2024
  • Description: Explore the challenges faced by original mesh clothing creators in Second Life through a personal perspective.
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Selen Minotaur’s First Day: A Journey Through Art in Second Life

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Immersed within the virtual cosmos of Second Life, Selen Minotaur‘s latest art installation, “The First Day,” beckons the intrepid art enthusiast to the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery. This renowned space, curated by the talented Dido Haas, serves as the perfect backdrop for an exhibition that delves deep into the human psyche, exploring the tempestuous emotions surrounding change and new beginnings.

Upon entering the gallery, one is immediately enveloped by the surreal imagery that Selen Minotaur has masterfully crafted. Each piece is a window into a world where the familiar is distorted, reflecting the complex theme of the first day following a life-altering decision. The artwork conjures a landscape of dreams, where the line between fantasy and reality blurs, creating a disconcerting yet captivating experience.

Selen Minotaur’s oeuvre is not just a display of arresting visual art; it is a narrative about the human condition. The artist’s statement resonates throughout the gallery, where visitors are confronted with the duality of hope and dread that accompanies the unknown. The artist challenges the audience to question the often-romanticized concept of “The first day of the rest of your life,” suggesting that this day might not be as promising as the adage suggests. Instead, it could be a mere continuation of the past or, even more unsettling, a descent into a nightmare.

Each piece in the exhibition serves as a testament to the fears, beliefs, and fantasies that cloud our judgment when faced with the enigmatic future. Yet, it is not just a showcase of trepidation; it is also a tribute to the courage required to confront these emotions, to mobilize, and ultimately to take that first step forward into the unknown.

What sets “The First Day” apart is its authenticity, as Selen Minotaur proudly proclaims the exhibit to be “Guaranteed AI-free.” In an era where the line between artificial and genuine creativity is increasingly blurred, this human touch adds an invaluable layer of connection and depth to the installation.

As visitors drift through the gallery, absorbed in the haunting yet beautiful world that Selen Minotaur has created, they are left with a lingering sense of introspection. “The First Day” does not just present art; it initiates a dialogue with its audience about the very essence of change and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of uncertainty. It is a profound exploration that will remain etched in the minds of its viewers long after they have left the confines of the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery.

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Selen Minotaur’s First Day: A Journey Through Art in Second Life

Time: June 18, 2024 @ 2:22 pm – June 18, 2024 @ 2:22 pm

Immersed within the virtual cosmos of Second Life, Selen Minotaur's latest art installation, "The First Day," beckons the intrepid art enthusiast to the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery. This renowned space, […]

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In the ever-evolving realm of virtual worlds, art installations have found a new canvas for expression. Sheldon Bergman, known in the digital space as SheldonBR, has crafted a unique experience in the virtual world of Second Life, harnessing its extensive creative tools. His latest installation, “Alone,” is an homage to the gothic literary giant Edgar Allan Poe.

As visitors arrive at the landing point of “Alone,” they are greeted with an invitation to immerse themselves fully in Sheldon’s vision. To do so, they must accept the experience, allowing them to interact with the installation in a way that is both seamless and intuitive. Furthermore, they are encouraged to modify their graphics settings to utilize the advanced lighting model, ensuring the visual elements are as impactful as Sheldon intended.

The experience is not just a visual journey but a literary one as well. Sheldon has woven Poe’s haunting verses and themes throughout the installation. A specially created HUD accompanies visitors, guiding them through the virtual space and enriching their exploration with quotes and references to Poe’s masterful works. It’s an interactive narrative that invites reflection on the dark romanticism that Poe’s literature encapsulates.

“Alone” is dedicated by Sheldon Bergman to Angelika Corral. For several years, Sheldon and Angelika have been a dynamic duo in the virtual art world, previously spearheading the renowned DaphneArts gallery project. Through numerous installations, they have pushed the boundaries of digital art, and “Alone” is no exception. This installation is not just a new addition to Sheldon’s portfolio but a tribute to the creative synergy he shares with Angelika.

Visitors to “Alone” will find themselves wandering through a meticulously crafted landscape that is both eerie and beautiful. It is an artistic experience that transcends the conventional, inviting contemplation on the profound solitude and introspective themes present in Poe’s poetry and prose. Sheldon Bergman’s “Alone” stands as a profound digital homage to the rich, melancholic world of Edgar Allan Poe, and a celebration of an artistic partnership that continues to innovate and inspire within the boundless possibilities of Second Life.


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Brooke Portilo Art Exhibition: A Journey Through Color and Emotion

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Entering the virtual world of Second Life, one is immediately struck by the endless possibilities for creativity and self-expression. It’s within this pixelated realm that Brooke Portilo has found her canvas, capturing the essence of her avatar in a series of photographs that are nothing short of mesmerizing. Her latest exhibition, titled “Incognito“, at Artsville, the renowned gallery owned by Frank Atisso and Jerzzie Reece Redstar, stands as a testament to her artistic prowess.

Frank and Jerzzie, as owners and art curators with a keen eye for digital mastery, have transformed Artsville into a sanctuary for virtual art enthusiasts. The gallery’s walls are now adorned with Brooke’s work, each photograph a delicate balance of light and shadow that breathes life into her digital persona. Brooke’s avatar is central to her work, serving as both muse and subject, while her adept use of lighting adds depth and texture to every scene.

The sensual nature of the images is palpable, yet Brooke’s approach ensures that they remain tasteful, exuding elegance without ever crossing into the vulgar realm. The colors in her photographs are muted and deliberately chosen to avoid the brashness of bright tones, which allows for a more sophisticated and nuanced visual experience.

Brooke Portilo’s exhibition at Artsville is a celebration of the artistry possible within Second Life. It invites viewers to contemplate the intersections of identity, representation, and virtual space through a series of images that are as thought-provoking as they are beautiful. Frank Atisso and Jerzzie Reece Redstar‘s curation of this exhibition confirms their commitment to showcasing groundbreaking digital art that both challenges and delights the senses. As visitors move through the gallery, they are enveloped in an atmosphere that is at once intimate and expansive, a space where the digital form becomes art and the avatar transcends its pixels.

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Exhibition of Emotions: Morlita Quan Celebrates the Lives of Dogs and Cats at Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery

Exhibition of Emotions: Morlita Quan Celebrates the Lives of Dogs and Cats at Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery

Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery, owned by the passionate Dido Haas, transforms into a captivating oasis of emotions with the latest exhibition by artist Morlita Quan. This extraordinary show is the result of a unique and touching proposal from Dido, who invited Morlita to explore the fascinating world of dogs and cats through her unmistakable artistic lens.

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The story behind this exhibition is as moving as it is fascinating. Dido Haas, besides being the creator of a significant artistic space, is also a fervent animal lover. Her proposal to Morlita Quan to create artworks inspired by dogs and cats stemmed from the knowledge of Morlita’s commitment to saving and providing a home for these stray animals. The exhibition at Nitroglobus thus becomes a visual tribute to Morlita’s love and dedication to these defenseless creatures.

The showcased images by the artist highlight the elegant form of dogs and cats, defining them with black strokes on vibrant and colorful backgrounds. Each artwork is an explosion of positivity, a hymn to hope and life change for these wonderful creatures. Morlita Quan captures the essence of the animal soul, turning each brushstroke into a praise of the beauty and dignity of dogs and cats.

The exhibition is not limited to Morlita’s two-dimensional works. The environment is enriched by evocative 3D works by Adwehe, contributing to creating an engaging and multisensory atmosphere. The combination of these two forms of art offers the audience a unique experience where passion for animals merges with artistic expression.

Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery becomes a space where the love for art and respect for animals harmoniously intertwine. Morlita Quan’s works and Adwehe’s 3D elements converge to convey a message of hope, change, and respect for the creatures that share our world.

The exhibition, with its emotional charge and profound connection to reality, is an opportunity for the audience to reflect on the importance of preserving and celebrating the lives of dogs and cats. Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery thus becomes not only an artistic space but also a place for awareness and inspiration, guided by the collaboration of two talented creative minds, Morlita Quan and Adwehe, under the passionate guidance of Dido Haas.

Morlita Quan Biography

Morlita (Morli for her friends) is a multifaceted individual with a rich background in the realms of Public Relations, Marketing, and Advertising. However, her true passion lies in the world of art and music, which she delved into from an early age in a self-taught manner. Her journey began with playing the guitar and percussion at the age of 8, and by 16, she had ventured into the realm of mixing consoles, becoming a DJ and producing her own music.

From 2008 onward, Morlita has specialized in experimental music and the intersection of art and technology. Her artistic pursuits extend to collaborations with various universities of Fine Arts, museums, and national and international art curators. During the early years of her compositional journey, she was associated with the record label NAIF LABEL.

Currently, Morlita is an independent artist working on her fifth album. Simultaneously, she is engaged in a parallel project called “Imagination” with a Galician poet. Her involvement in the creation of compositions for short films and sound installations has led her to participate in events and festivals around the world, including the Cannes Film Festival, the FocOff Festival, RTVE, and the Biennale Art in countries such as the United States, Japan, France, Spain, Italy, and Canada.

Morlita is not only focused on her solo projects but is also an integral part of the international music project “Project 110” and various other ventures that blend art and music, presenting them live. Her dedication to pushing the boundaries of artistic expression and exploring the convergence of different creative fields showcases her as a dynamic and innovative contributor to the global arts and music community.

Morlita Quan Social Media

Main Web: https://morlitam.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/morlitam
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmuI_xq0buS8EMYkVxMhC6A
Bandcamp: https://morlitam.bandcamp.com/
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/morlita

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