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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The Path, an exhibition to visit!

London and I have visited a very interesting project called The Path. In cooperation with the Lindens Endowment for the Arts (LEA), Bryn Oh gathered eight of Second Life's (SL) artists and gave them quite an interesting challenge. The theme was the corpse concept often used by the Surrealists.
On a pre-established sequence, the first artist composed a start to the story and passed it on to the next artist who did the same passing it forward. The Path begins in a dark room where you find some introductory information about the exhibit. Click the jar (above) to receive a folder with a landmark and a notecard. The key to moving forward from scene to scene is the head of the inventor. We took a few photos (click to enlarge them) to bring you just a small taste of the unexpected you will come across. This narrator will be silent till the end of the post, so you can enjoy the photos with no interference.

Bryn Oh

Colin Fizzig

Markus Inkpen

Markus Inkpen

Scottius Polke

Participating artists: Bryn Oh, Coling Fizzig, Marcus Inkpen, Desdemona Enfield/Douglas Story, Maya Paris, Claudia222 Jewell, Scottius Polke and Rose Borchovski. If you would like to read more about each one, please visit Bryn Oh's blog.

London and I have selected four of the eight artists. We strongly believe that the surprise effect would be lost if we posted each scene. The photos above try to be representative of the exhibition and simultaneously not too revealing. Enjoy the extraordinary creativeness and an extremely unusual experience - The Path!

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