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Second-Life-Nabrej Aabye
Art In Second Life, Second Life®

Free lines, shapes and colours: the artistic expressiveness of Nabrej Aabye

I admit that expressive randomness has always fascinated me from an artistic point of view. That is, I let chance produce my work, and my hand becomes the tool with which inspiration can fully express itself. LEGGI IN ITALIANO In general, expressive randomness is accompanied by abstractionism, that is to say, by that artistic branch that represents indefinite, unreal and…

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SALT in Second Life
Art In Second Life, Second Life®

“Salt” the recent artistic tasting of Eliza Wierwight in Second Life

Salt strikes me, to the point of feeling physical pain. I think it is a “taste” of the suffering of the artist who created the installation, or a tribute to the gender suffering that Eliza gives through the realization of an elaborate artistic metaphor. LEGGI IN ITALIANO Sleeping pains, a daily humiliation concealed behind a roundup of flattery. The sweetness…

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The Dome_ The Cave by Solkide Auer
Art In Second Life, Second Life®

“The Cave” by Solkide Auer

“The Cave” is the latest artistic installation created by Solkide Auer and hosted by LEA19. LEGGI IN ITALIANO It represents an explosion of shapes, lights, colors, and movement. A cohesion of abstract and geometric elements that reflect the author’s “inner face.” Abstract art prefers shapes and colors to the representation of Reality. So “Abstractionism” is the art movement that doesn’t…

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