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Ouvroir: Chris Marker

Ouvroir: Chris Marker

Chris Marker, celebrated French photographer and film director, invites you on a tour of his work, led by his longtime guide, Monsieur Guillame, an orange cat who pops up to assist you on your travels. This is a part of the Chris Marker exhibition at the Museum fuer Gestaltung Zuerich.

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IN OTHER WOR(L)DS by Whiskey Monday

IN OTHER WOR(L)DS by Whiskey Monday

Whiskey Monday is a writer that also manifests herself artistically through photography in Second Life. In this exhibition, she brings two series of images with almost 10 years apart between them, exploring the link between image and text, inviting us to question the role of the title in an image as she blurs the line between second and first lives. More info here: thegbthproject.org/gbth-magazine-5

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Sybil

Sybil

Giovanna Cerise's exhibition, inspired by the figure of the Sibyl, is set in the cave located in Cuma and rebuilt at Museum Island. According to tradition, the priestess resided in this dark place.

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Clay and Seed

Clay and Seed

"Clay and Seed" is a region-wide art installation in the Gobi Oasis of Akimori. Created by HaveIt Neox (3D Installation), Bamboo Barnes (2D Art), and Lilia Artis (Poetry) -- In a floating world, these 3 artists balance the erosion of human relationships, loneliness, and abuse with our better natures of hope, gratefulness, and growth. Please come and explore this unique collaborative masterpiece!

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GBTH presents Colonia 2.0

GBTH presents Colonia 2.0

What would you leave behind, if you decided to lose yourself? For the final round of this collective exhibition at the GBTH project, 16 artists were invited to answer this question through the occupation of two apartment buildings. More info at: thegbthproject.org/GBTH-Magazine-10

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Peripheral Visions

Peripheral Visions

At the Exhibit A Gallery, the Odyssey Contemporary Art and Performance Simulator hosts: Peripheral Visions – About what is out of focus, what happens in the corner of your eye; culturally, inadvertently, and/or metaphysically. This exhibit by Fau Ferdinand and Penumbra Carter includes machinimas, artificial intelligence collages, and an interactive installation.

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Temporary Kitsch

Temporary Kitsch

The SL Random Art Crew invites you to explore their in-depth speculation installation and pause to reflect for a moment in time on a topic that might relate.

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The Melt by London Junkers

The Melt by London Junkers

Once upon a time, a poem was written by London Junkers. The verses flowed from his spirit and swirled around each other creating harmonic prose full of misgivings about the world he inhabits. A poem build over hopes and illusions. An inheritance for our hearts. "The Melt" is the installation born through the a verse of solidarity.

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Limitations Are Self-Imposed by Regi Yifu

Limitations Are Self-Imposed by Regi Yifu

GlastonBelli and Corsica South Coasters are delighted to introduce a colorful new art installation by Regi Yifu, entitled 'Limitations Are Self-Imposed.' Artists-In-Residence are usually invited to keep their projects in the area for at least six months, so there is plenty of time to take in this visually engaging and interactive exhibit.

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Flowers of Meaning by Lida

Flowers of Meaning by Lida

Flowers of Meaning is a small selection of a much larger volume of works by real-world artist Lida Sherafatmand. This is the first time Lida is exhibiting her art in Second Life in hope of reaching out to more people with her art. The aim of her painting practice is to create a warmer world. For more information visit www.lida.gallery

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