I recently wrote about the collaborative exhibition The Golden Age of the Russian Avant-Garde, showcasing the collective creativity of artists Alpha Auer, Bryn Oh, Caer Balogh, Euaplinos Ugajin, Jo Ellsmere, Nessuno Myoo and Soror Nishi. (See here for the post.) But I didn't have time to write more fully about Alpha Auer's contribution.
Although some of what Alpha contributed can be seen as part of the installation, she excels in the creation of avatars — complete with skins, shapes, attachments and even poses — and for the Golden Age of the Russian Avant-Garde she created ten, some in variations, and they're all available for free near the landing point and also on the ground floor.
They include Announcer, Globetrotter, Gravedigger01, Gravedigger01+02, Gravedigger02, New Man, Old Man, Postman, Troublemaker and Mayakovsky, and I've depicted about half the them here. The results brilliantly reflect the look and feel of the entire installation, and are a delight to wear, especially when tramping around the sim.
You might notice that some of the avatars come with male but not female shapes. (Usually Alpha's avatars are unisex or contain both male and female options.) But I found that they translated well onto the female form, especially since much of the body was often hidden by alpha layers.