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Alpha Tribe Tomorrow

Alpha Tribe Tomorrow

An allegorical world and its inhabitants: A tribe of fat cats, robotic administrators, poker-playing cats, philosopher cats, teddy bears having a picnic, flute players, and many others which are placed as the protagonists of a progression that starts from the region entrance and unfolds as you move into the ground level that is an archipelago of many islands upon which these characters are placed.

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Spiralo

Spiralo

“Spiralo” is a virtual cultural complex produced by the noise-classical music project 'Tia Rungray'. The space will include a sound installation hall, a gallery, a café, and a shopping floor. The name "Spiralo" means "spiral" in Esperanto, and the name comes from the fact that the floors are arranged in a spiral pattern, inspired by the image of everyday life and art blending together in virtual life. The idea is to make it easier to enjoy high-quality art activities in Second Life and to make visitors more aware of their close relationship to life. It functions to make everyday activities such as watching, listening, dressing, talking and photography more artistic. It offers you a way to enjoy the time and space in which you can relax in everyday life. As a cultural hub for contemporary art in Second Life, “Spiralo” hopes to continue to create a cultural scene.

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The Spiral

The Spiral

The Spiral is an interactive art installation by Betty Tureaud inspired by a dream. Please be sure to turn on media to get the full effect! Try clicking on objects as you walk through The Spiral … especially when as you approach the core!

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Casa de Canarias

Casa de Canarias

Come visit the special Spansih-language exhibitions and learn more about art and culture at Casa de Canarias. More info: http://casadecanarias.net.

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Echoes in the Garden

Echoes in the Garden

"Echoes in the Garden," is an interactive installation by Rose Borchovski on the "Susa Bubble" story. I hear echoes in the garden. Is anybody listening? I hear lost echoes in the garden! Is anybody listening? And they whisper: “The ones who are only living, are the ones who are only dying.”

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Arkon

Arkon

In these dark times, it is nice to be delighted by lights and light installations. You can find that at the Lights of Arkon. Numerous imposing effects, lights, works of art, cozy places, planets and stars, angels, and butterflies. Visit Arkon and enjoy the sea of lights.

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City Builder

City Builder

City Builder is a totally interactive art installation by Betty Tureaud, built in tribute to Le Corbusier. As you walk through City Builder you will discover many fun things, and some hidden as well, as you build a city from scratch and let it crumble away. Please read the instructions at the entry to set graphics and fly shuttles!

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Immergence

Immergence

Immergence is an interactive art installation by Thoth Jantzen: "Where emergent processes and immersive environments collide, and where everything you see is exactly as it doesn't seem.” Come and visit: QFT; The Gauntlet; The Mind Melter; The Hippycampus; The Mother Ship and other great interactive spaces. Cutting edge media is used, so set your graphics when arrive, and grab a Spaceship!

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The Inevitability of Fate

The Inevitability of Fate

In this art installation from Rose Borchovski, you'll venture to an emotional and immersive art-landscape about the story of Angry Beth and the child Lot during a war. More info at http://bit.ly/MnEdbN.

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New Caerleon

New Caerleon

This creative workshop is home to some of SL's premier artists. It showcases some of the most unusual but fascinating digital artistry around, including plenty of colorful, large-scale sculptures.

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Please note that many venues listed on this page are not owned, managed or supervised by, or otherwise affiliated with Linden Lab, and Linden Lab does not endorse any of these venues. We provide this information solely as an informational service to the Second Life community.

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