|LEA FULL SIM ART SERIES (Poster Credit: Rebeca Bashly)|
The LEA FULL SIM ART SERIES, which came to life following the end of the UWA FULL SIM ART SERIES is about to kick off with the displays proper across the months of October 2011 - March 2012.
For this series, each artist/group of artists will have a full 15,000 prim SIM for 1 month from the 1st day of the month, till the last day of the month. Events will launch when the artists say it is ready!
Following a great application round, we are proud to present the lineup for the LEA FULL SIM ART SERIES, which will start on the 1st of October:
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OCT 2011: Rebeca Bashly's 'Inferno', inspired by Dante Aligieri's Divine Comedy, Inferno
NOV 2011: JOINT, Tyrehl Byk's "~(Not-A-Knot)" and The Pink Tutu Ballet Group's 'Forgiving' inspired by Desmond Tutu (Group Members: Marmaduke Arado, Kikas Babenco, Sca Shilova, Cat Shilova, Saveme Oh, Eupalinos Ugajin, Luce Laval & Rose Borchovski)
DEC 2011: Haveit Neox's 'Binary Green' where bots take over the earth
JAN 2012: Artistide Despres 'Research on Musical Instruments'
FEB 2012: Romy Nayar & Ux Hax 'An Interactive History of Life'
MAR 2012: Kicca Igaly and Nessuno Myoo's 'The Labyrinth of Absurdity'
The range of applications was so amazing and strong, that the University of Western Australia (UWA) closed one of their 2 sandboxes, and converted it for use for the UWA SKY SIM SERIES, set up to provide an avenue for some of the other great proposals for the LEA FULL SIM ART SERIES. The UWA SKY SIM Series will run parrellel to the LEA FULL SIM ART SERIES. The difference is that for the UWA series, 5,000 prims would be available instead of 15, with a SIM-wide platform in the sky being set up:
THE UWA SKY SIM ART SERIES
OCT 2011: jjccc Coronet's organic Peace Sculpture
NOV 2011: Katy Isodoo's 'Mountain' in support of mental health and wellbeing
DEC 2011: Luna Metamorphia's 'Interactive Zoo of Endangered Species'
JAN 2012: Asmita Duranjaya, Chapter ChapTer Kronfeld & Louly Loon's 'Between Orient and Occident'
FEB 2012: Giovanna Cerise's 'Cyborg -Nature' where Nature rebels against the thoughtlessness of man
MAR 2012: Fiona Blaylock's tribute to the poetry of Samuel Coleridge (Kubla Khan, etc.)
Many other wonderful and amazing proposals were received that we hope to be able to showcase sometime.
Full blog posts on each of the projects will be up as they are rolled out.