Instructions for the ideal experience are in a notecard given to you at the landing point and on a nearby texture wall, which also contains the following text:
"Mourningstar is an immersive installation informed by combined studies in Computer Arts and Religion. An exploration of the ideas of the fallen angel, the vengeful god, and the diverse perceptions of Lucifer in various religious and social traditions."
Dates: January to June 2016
- Announcement by LEA
Old Exhibits:Future Cave sight of: 'Cyberpocalyptic' HIVE City no. 1: Created by Porter
Dates: July to December 2015
Cinema The Return: Created by Mary Wickentower and Team Wickentower
Dates: January to July 2015
Tur Kue Kwam Fun: Created by Octagons Yazimoto and Kush Zepp
LEA Light Installation
Based on the movie by
Nicolas Winding Refn
ONLY GOD FORGIVES
Tur Kue Kwam Fun is heavily reliant on the use of Second Life lights and projectors. Please make sure you have them enabled.
Dates: August to December 2014
Creature from the Black Lagoon: Created by Livio Oak Korobase
"It’s the middle of the night and you sit, scrunched down, in your most comfortable chair watching one of those old movies you love. The film might be in black & white but, in your mind, the world around you has become full of surreal colour..." from the Sim Description
Dates: February to June 2014
- Review by Honour MacMillan
Musiclandia: Livio Korobase created an amazing build made up of musical instruments and things which create music all over it, including a gorgeous little village under a piano.
Dates: August to December 2013
- Review by Sol Existance
My Second Life Vision: Daco Monday describes his exhibit as: "An artistic pathway, a hymn to utopia, a light, a North star which leads mankind. My art starts from existential issues and reflections that occur in the cultural change which affects mankind nowadays. Art is simply a tool which makes “human knowledge” more human. It simply disseminates modern global culture; it interprets it as a multi reality, a reality made up of different individuals, of interconnected universes that create the dynamism of global universal culture."
Dates: September 2012
- Review by Honor McMillan
Mcarp Land & Sea of Aley: Description of Exhibit
Dates: Ended August 15, 2012
- Review by Quan Lavender