The Linden Endowment of the Arts is an official Linden Community Partnership program whose purpose is to help new artists, cultivate art in SL, and foster creativity, innovation, and collaboration within the art community.
InterACT! with Kinect by Glyph Graves, Sunday, Dec 4, 6 PM
Remember Glyph Graves's groundbreaking use of the Kinect interface to control objects in Second Life in a representation of his moving face?
Well Glyph's been working on something new as part of his installation at the LEA art exhibition, InterACT! on LEA4 that he'll perform tomorrow (Sunday) December 4 at 6 PM PST. Come on over and see what experimental hijinks our favorite scientist/artist is up to now.
Curated by L1Aura Loire/Lori Landay, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Visual Culture & Interactive Media, Berklee College of Music
Virtual art can invite, or even insist, that you interact with it. The artists in this exhibition cleverly and creatively make art out of interactions between data, objects, actions, and people within and beyond the virtual world in a stunning array of installations and experiences that stretch the possibilities of virtual art. Expect the unexpected, and click whenever you can. #interactLEA
Ataro Asbrink, "Coded Movie"
Eupalinos Ugajin, "Bateau à planter des îles" ("Islands planting boat")
Glyph Graves, "Diversity--A Tapestry Spun"
Lorin Tone, "The Sound Garden"
Maya Paris, "soon, soon, quick, quick, soon"
Misprint Thursday, "Is It Real?"
PinkPink Sorbet, "The Beauty of LSL"
Selavy Oh, "The Rules"
Performances at Senses Places, to be announced. Environment open for interaction always. Get HUD and instructions at:
With: Mesh by Sage Duncan, Machinima Mutoscope Viewers by FreeWee Ling, Flickr Viewer by Solo Mornington (coming soon), Twitter Cove by Frans Charming, Plants for Underwater Danger Garden by Alexith Destiny, Inner Tube ArtTaxi Ride by UzzU Artful.