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I took a early TP over to Dido Hass and Nitro Fireguard's Nitroglobus Gallery to check out their latest exhibit for December. I have to say I am overly impressed with this latest installation by Burk Bode and Maloe Vansant. This couple has been putting out quality art in SL for a long time now. I don't know how they keep up really and this exhibit really impressed me a lot. It's great and I'm not over-reacting or doing my usual thing about how excited I am about a lot of things in SL, as this one I'm sure anyone would agree is exceptional. This one is really fun! Maybe fun is not exactly the word as although it's fun, it's also touching, and grabbed me from start to end. I took some pictures and left my own avatar in the pics which often I don't do when showing other's art because it can detract, but this time with the suggested windlight my av is basically just a silhouette and can show the size and shape of this exhibit.
The exhibit is actually made into a sort of "tunnel" or guided area like a maze even (I admit I did get a little lost a couple of times, so the word maze is a bit fitting) that is filled with hallways and small rooms of images, quotes, cool lighting, and information about art and creativity. Burk made the actual build into the gallery and then I guess the two of them covered it all with Maloe's art making for a very creative and exciting experience. I think you do need to use their suggested windlight or something close to really enjoy it, as when I started on default I couldn't even see it right, but when adjust OMG, it came to life!
The opening party is set for Wednesday Dec. 11th at 9pm Paris time until 12. The exhibit is already open for viewing so have a look or wait for the party, either way, but don't miss this one. Dido says of the exhibit, "Burk made a tunnel of light with lots of projectors that place not only Maloe's artwork on the walls and floors, but also poems, floating letters, popart teams and a lot more. It's really awesome!" Exactly!
I do have to give a shout out here for The Skywalk Gallery over at The Station, as both Burk and Maloe have also contributed to the current exhibit there, "Shadows in Black and White, an FCP Reunion Exhibit", so to see more of their art, join us at the opening party Sunday 12-8-13 at 12pm noon SLT and check that out here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Station/182/122/1028