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The Path to Buchhaim, Zamonia

The Path to Buchhaim, Zamonia

Welcome to Zamonia! This destination is in honor of the amazing Zamonia book series written by Walter Moers. Currently displaying: "The Path to Buchhaim" - Enjoy your visit and share your images in their Flickr group: flickr.com/groups/-friendsofzamonia-

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Empty Chairs

Empty Chairs

Empty Chairs, the new artistic installation of Terrygold, is a walk among the many empty chairs that Covid has left us. Every empty chair is a story that brings back memories, thoughts and some tears.

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Bryn Oh's Singularity of Kumiko

Bryn Oh's Singularity of Kumiko

Supported by a grant from the Ontario Arts Council, the Singularity of Kumio is an immersive chapter within the universe of Bryn Oh. A HUD-based narrative following the mysterious environment Kumiko wakes up to find herself in. For more information, watch the machinima: youtu.be/MTxT8fN0SjI

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GBTH presents Ed. COLONIA

GBTH presents Ed. COLONIA

Ed. Colonia is a group art exhibition and the first of its kind at the GBTH. The idea behind Ed. Colonia was exploring further the format of group exhibitions, preserving each artist's individuality as we occupy a common space. No theme has been suggested and each floor, inhabited by a different artist, is an exhibition on its own. A group of artists is also referred to as a colony of artists, which inspired the title of this show. Simple and straightforward enough to leave room for the installations to shine and speak for themselves.

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SenKonscia

SenKonscia

In Esperanto, SenKonscia means subconscious. Welcome to a location for photographers, dreamers, and lovers of 3D art and surreal environments. Includes four different areas (ground and sky) with different atmospheres, a few interactive spots for fun and posing. Take your time, enjoy art, and relax. You can join a group for rez rights. Post your art in their Flickr group: flickr.com/groups/senkonscia

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The Borderless Project

The Borderless Project

The Borderless Project is a region-wide, multi-level, interactive digital art exhibition in which they play with light: reflections, structures, movement, creation, and evolution. With sounds and music to match the emotions brought to life by the multi-talented team of artists and scripters: Betty Tureaud, Gem Preiz, Delain Canucci, Thoth Jantzen, Mitsuko Kytori, Blaise Timtam, and Akiko Kinoshi. For a quick preview, play this video and skip ahead to 14:30 - youtu.be/2cViS7vJ0bU?t=870

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DESCARNE by Cibele Cibernética

DESCARNE by Cibele Cibernética

Exhibiting for the first time in Second Life, Cibele Cibernética invites us to rethink the virtual and organic matters - and their exhibition, DESCARNE, invites you to upload yourself into the digital world, getting rid of your “human carcass”, unlimiting yourselves in cyberspace. More info at thegbthproject.org/GBTH-Magazine-4

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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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Galeria 56

Galeria 56

Galeria 56 is a space dedicated to contemporary art, with the original production of photographs and exclusive performances. On the edge of Route 8, you can access it with your car.

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The Surface of Mars by Rachel Breaker

The Surface of Mars by Rachel Breaker

On her 3rd environment developed at the GBTH project, Rachel Breaker proposes the visit to a type of location that isn't meant to be seen, where icons and litter are stored as needed and abandoned there. More info at thegbthproject.org/GBTH-Magazine-6

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