Thursday, July 19, 2007

Breaking News III: SLope SLipping and Hanging Out...

Photo by Miulew Takahe. Here I am waiting for the rest of my performance art group co-members Second Front to show up for our Breaking News III performance demo at Reuters (SL) and at Inter-Access Gallery in Toronto (RL)... You can read all about it on Second Front's official blog posting...

Hey performance art, new muzak and dedicated flaneurship fans!

These past few days have been active again for me in Second Life.
First off, Second Front performed a sequel to our classic Breaking News series at Reuters. You can read all about it by clicking here.

Well, check out the photos and their respective captions below so you can see what other fun stuff I did this past week...

I had my routine tuesday rehearsal with the Avatar Orchestra Metaverse. Here we are getting ready to test some new sounds for Miulew Takahe's composition, "Fragula"... You will also notice a small cube with a picture mapped onto it...the pic is of my last performance of my own composition called SLippery SLope.

The next day, I managed to meet with AOM's architect/designer, DeThomas Dibou and he agreed to re-install my SLopes for my composition's next performance taking place this Sunday at 1 PM SLT. DannyDarko Raymaker and Miulew Takahe have already made a decent video of the first performance but the video that will be taken this sunday by Evo Szuyuan will be a more accurate document of the realtime spatial qualities behind the orginal intention of my composition. Anyway, this pic shows quite clearly the re-installation of my SLopes and I brought along a few friends to check it out: Fau Fernidand, Sugar Seville (not pictured here) and Nebulosus Severine.

Later on my good friend Gog Mannonen showed up on the scene and got straight to the mischief which we all know and love as "peformance art"...heheheheh..I luuuuv Gog's choice in chewing gum and slimy green-goo gun-balls! I have been SLimed!


I was so pleased when Gog wanted to swat my bum with an electric fly-swatter...bring it on, Mah-Gog! Yaaaaay!

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