Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Split Screen February Exhibits Open Featuring Shellina Winkler & Pinkpink Sorbet

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Split Screen is now open with it's two latest artist exhibits featuring Shellina's "Apocalypse 2012: Who's Afraid of the End of the World?" and Pinkpink's "Lots of Nybbles". This is always a fun place to get up close and personal with some great immersive art by some of SL's finest artists.
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I visited Shellina's half first as it is very big and right there where you land at Split Screen. This VERY large black and white exhibit is best seen in dark light with major camming and it's fun to walk into. The following quote runs around it, "“It is possible to believe that all the past is but the beginning of a beginning, and that all that is and has been is but the twilight of the dawn. It is possible to believe that all the human mind has ever accomplished is but the dream before the awakening.”
― H.G. Wells

Next I'd tp'd up to Pinkpink's exhibit and her note card explains: "Lots of Nybbles.
In computing a "nybble" contains four bits and it is common to display a byte of information as two nibbles. In this work Pinkpink refers to a NYBBLE using 4 textures and 4 scripts to visualize a small element of a standard convention in an interactive way.

By walking around you change the appearance and on a key around you can rotate very slowly the best in mouselook and then watch it with the zoom-function of your operating system if possible and liked.

Pinkpink Sorbet, artist
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Music taken from the album "You make me real" by Brandt Brauer Frick"
Split Screen Feb 2012

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