Mistero Hifeng at Astral Dreams in Second Life

Hifeng is compelling.

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Mistero Hifeng at Astral Dreams Mistero Hifeng at Astral Dreams

Now open in the gardens and piazza of Astral Dreams is an open-air exhibition by Mistero Hifeng, featuring his 3D art.

Caught is the grip of a frozen winter, the garden and piazza are an excellent setting for Mistero’s evocative pieces, and he has exhibited measured care in placing his work such that it appears as a natural part of the garden, rather than being simply placed within it.

Mistero Hifeng at Astral Dreams Mistero Hifeng at Astral Dreams

Take Bruciando Ricordi (“Burning Memories” – at the top of this article) for example, as it sits within the slowly rotating cog set into the ground at the landing point. The latter is the first visible sign that Astral Dreams has a strong steampunk influence, but Bruciando Ricordi occupies the centre of the cog as if the two were intended for one another. Meanwhile, the two figures of Veglio su di…

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The Haul by Haveit Neox

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the-haul-v1THE HAUL

Hauling, on land and in the sea.
Exploring limits and bypassing any respect for them, while stringing our catch into a growing story.

Haveit Neox


Heveit Neox is a great artist , very completed,  building, machinimas & music

His work conveys softness, emotion and fantasy.
Has its own palette of colors that characterizes his work.
The treatment  is delicate and personal.
Great mastery in the choice and position of its textures that create a complex simplicity.


Film: THE HAUL –

Installation, Machinima & Music by Haveit Neox.

This exhibition consists of three heights.

Under the sea we could think, that would represent our society of consumption, elements used and discarded, eaten by time and coral, but this sea is dead.
Rising the unique survivors, the jellyfish adapting to our destruction, guarding within itself, the last human vestiges, like drifting ships …


Additional information about Haveit Neox works:
3D installation…

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natural falls

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Dann Chris has done a fabulous job with the newish sim Natural Falls V. The location name is followed by the roman numeral V, so I am assuming there must have been several Natural Falls places before this one. I never visited any of them and this was a pleasant surprise. One teleports into a boardwalk in front of a huge neon sign that reads and so the adventure begins. I love that this spot is the beginning of a journey that follows on the rather derelict and shabby part of a metropolis that awaits ahead. The boardwalk extends throughout the sim; above it, an old railway and below it, accessible by stairs, all kinds of builds in water. The builds here are fabulous! Most of them are by Soy, but also some by AptB, KT Syakomi and Agathe Latte and others. Do not be fooled, however, by the…

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CioTToLiNa’s rooftop exhibition in Second Life

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Art on Roofs: Ciottolina XueArt on Roofs: CioTToLiNa Xue

It’s been a while since Caitlyn and I last visited Art on Roofs at Solodonna Land, so it was with some delight I received an invitation to pay a visit to explore a new exhibition by an artist I admire: CioTToLiNa Xue.

I first encountered CioTToLiNa’s work whilst visiting an exhibition on Mistero Hifeng’s work at the same exhibition space (which you can read about here). Since then I’ve been captivated, and always enjoy seeing her pieces on display.

Art on Roofs: Ciottolina XueArt on Roofs: CioTToLiNa Xue

Some 20 pieces are presented across the rooftops of Solodonna’s Art on Roofs exhibition area. All are quite exquisite and carry a narrative of their own. Some embody the intimacy of love, others reflect CioTToLiNa‘s cultural / political / ecological interests, others marry 3D work with 2D art – notably the three Moods pieces – as…

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