23 June 2012

Betty Tureaud and Trill Zapatero at Split Screen

This is going to be a quick little blog post because I'm short on time (as if there's ever enough!)—and because the clock is ticking on your time to visit two fabulous installations at Dividni Shostakovich's Split Screen Installation Space, one of the best venues for the arts in Second Life. For the month of June (so only a week remains) you can see two distinct (and very different) artworks by Betty Tureaud and Trill Zapatero (images respectively above and below).

Betty's remarkably serene and vibrantly colored work, Liquid Crystals, places the viewer, as the title suggests, in an even-changing crystalline world, with music contributed by Ultraviolet Alter. (There are several levels to visit.) Trill's striking creation, The Apocalypse Will Not Be Televised, sets you down in a destroyed city where a playful ghost hints your way along a path. It's filled with humor and delight as passageways appear before you.

Be sure to see them in the next week! As always, please remember to make a contribution if you can afford one—there's a donation location at the entrance to Split Screen.

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