Posted on March 23, 2008 by Morris Vig
Props to ECT News Service, who offers this nice overview of the Second Life art world, including quotes from ArtWorld Market, Filthy Fluno, Sabine Stonebender and DanCoyote Antonelli. Filthy and DanCoyote do a pretty good job self-promoting, but I always appreciate that ArtWorld gives Sabine well-deserved props for being one of SL’s true visionary artists. Check out this excerpt from the article:
In SLART, Minsky calls Stonebender’s Zero Point development “one of the Seven Wonders of SL … a sci-fi fantasy psychedelic Op Art installation sculpture that … [is] an amusement park … with illusions of infinite depth.” Minsky took me on a tour: Zero Point is practically indescribable. Swooping, falling, environment after environment washes over, under and around Minsky’s avatar; textured tunnels rich in chiaroscuro, lush with color, ornate with detail and form, provide sensory overload on every level.
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Posted on March 23, 2008 by Doubledown Tandino
I wanted to send a little props (and kudos, bumps, pokes, or whatever other social network harassment things I could do) to Morris Vig for making it on to Virtually Blind, a blog focusing on legal matters relating to virtual worlds.
March 20th, 2008 by Benjamin Duranske
“…Morris Vig, who edits Second Arts, offers some thoughtful commentary on the issues raised in the presentation in the introduction:
The issues are profound. The need for Linden Lab to recognize their responsibility to their customer base is undeniable.
So when’s something meaningful going to happen? What needs to happen for Philip Rosedale and his band of Lindens to step up and recognize that they (and they alone) have the tools to ensure Second Life’s primacy for months, if not years, to come?
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