Sunday, September 28, 2014

Bryn Oh, A Retrospective: A Second Life and First Life Exhibit

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I received this press release today about Bryn Oh's invitation to exhibit RL/SL for the Art And Algorithms digital festival held Oct 3-12.

Press release reads: "I was invited, by Gary Zabel, to exhibit at the Art & Algorithms digital festival in Titusville, Florida. The focus of my participation has been in the form of a retrospective of my work spanning from 2007-2014.
     The other segement they will focus on is my region Immersiva and specifically The Singularity of Kumiko which will be available for their guests to navigate using a kiosk at the event in Florida.  (I have informed Mr Zippers not to slaughter them while at Kumiko)

     I have always resisted doing a retrospective of my work in the past and have created this one with a great emphasis on what members of my inworld group Immersiva have requested to see. 
A few machinima examples of works included in part.  All machinima can be seen by clicking the titles at location.
Standby -
Annas Many Murders
Vessel's Dream

Gashlycrumb Tinies (2008)
Condos in Heaven (2008)
7 Backspaces (2009)
Angler Girl (2009)
Daughter of Gears (2009)
Vessel's Dream (2009)
4Jetpacks4 (2009)
Willow (2009)
The Rabbicorn Story (2009)
26 Tines (2010)
The World Expo Shanghai regions 1 (No Light) 2 (No Colour) 3 (No Sound) (2010)
Lady Carmagnolle (2010)
Format (2010)
Mayfly (2010)
Avatar Games (2011)
Rusted Gears (2011)
Box (2011)
Anna's Many Murders (2011)
The Path (2011)
Gretchen and Teddy (2011)
Family Unit (2012)
Further Along the Path (2012)
The Cube Project (2012)
Standby (2012)
Virginia Alone (2012)
Imogen and the Pigeons (2013)
Dance of Death (2013)
The Singularity of Kumiko (2014)
Golden Age of the Russian Avant Garde (2014)
     The event has two regions donated by the Linden Endowment for the Arts with the second showing work by artists of the Virtual art innitiative from Caerleon island the now defunct artist collaboration.  For information on this portion of the event please contact Pixels Sideways."

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