Oyster Bay’s broken “Light Mill”

Here’s a hard question: If you own a gallery and a scripted piece is broken, what do you do if the artist and owner of the piece is no longer in-world?

Do you remove the broken piece, knowing that it will never come back? Or do you leave it up, imperfect as it is? The piece still has value – its texturing is still as great as ever, its form is smooth and flowing…but its script is broken. The wind tosses the propeller to and fro. So sad.

Second Life misses you, Pakito Kawguichi.