Monthly Archives: January 2019

Danza, Le Nuvole Cadute in Second Life®
Art In Second Life, Second Life®

“Danza”, l’ultimo show delle “Nuvole Cadute”

“Danza” è il titolo dell’ultimo spettacolo delle Nuvole Cadute, nota compagnia teatrale che, da tempo, organizza pregevoli eventi artistici grazie alla collaborazione con la Linden Environment for the Art (LEA). Seta Rosea, autrice dei testi insieme a Cornelia Longfall, mi ha gentilmente invitata a partecipare allo spettacolo e la ringrazio di questo, perchè il teatro è sempre uno dei miei…

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Astral Dreams In Second Life
Second Life Destinations, Second Life®

Astral Dreams (winter landscape) in Second Life®

Astral Dreams… it’s a name that we associate to the Italian community par excellence. The Italian Second Life community takes it as a reference point, a meeting place… they feel it and live it like a house, shortly. Today Astral Dreams is closed to the group. This choice because it’s essential to maintain a healthy community, without those “human hindrances”…

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Second Life Reputation
Second Life®

How much does reputation matter in Second Life?

The virtual worlds and Second Life, in particular, have always been for me a very interesting cue for the observation of human behavior in virtual contexts. Anyone with a minimum of experience on social networks and forums knows well how the virtual medium allows people to express themselves without too many censorships, partly because they are protected by anonymity, partially…

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Offering to Mnemosyne, Second Life
Second Life®

“Offering to Mnemosyne”, art exhibition @Nitroglobus in Second Life®

The artist Fenris exhibits his works at the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery, esteemed art gallery curated by Dido Haas. The exhibition by Fenris (fenris345) is entitled “Offering to Mnemosyne,” and its title evokes the Greek muse Mnemosyne, daughter of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaia (Earth). Mnemosyne is the personification of memory and the power to remember. My visit @Nitroglobus Roof Art…

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