Sometimes Second Life catches you by surprise, even after all these years. This time, it happened in the shape of a self-portrait. I am not a big fan of self-portraits. For some reason, people tend to either go too abstract or too realistic. And, let's face it, in Second Life it is even easier to fall onto either end. When London teleported me to the UWA sim to check the installations of the current exhibition, I was far from imagining what I would see; "S in Prims" by Suzanne Graves. 145 prims of magical and captivating grace, transformed again and again by discreet movement, bold colors, and the eye of a mesmerised watcher. When you stand in front of this self-portrait, you understand. It's right there. No explantions needed. No doubts, no interpretations. Beauty in it's most uncomplicated and simultaneously intricate form. Exceptional. Enjoy and do drop by UWA to vote for this piece.