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Melt. An Installation On Thin Ice.
March 6, 2010, 6:31 am
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Radio Signals stated it best (read her words below) so I’m just going to give you a sneak preview of the Melt event starting tomorrow (March 6th) and runs through the 21st of March. Even if you’re not really looking to buy anything I’d still recommend you stop by just to see the beautiful underwater sim and take pictures.

“If the world were clear, art would not exist.”
– Jorge Luis Borges

Artists absorb the world around them. Their environments, that which they can feel and touch and see – and that which they can’t. Sometimes that which they can only dream of. They absorb it and translate it into a language that affects us all in some way.

This project is a study of translations. I presented 25 artists within Second Life with a concept of creating art with these words in mind: Drowning. Melting. Polar bears. Arctic. Culpability. Corporate greed. Inevitability. Extinction.

What they have done is breathtaking and beyond any realm of my expectations.

Welcome to Melt – Please explore and involve yourself in this temporary world created here. Interact with it, wear it, enjoy it and immerse yourself in it.

Melt is only open March 6 – March 21, Please feel free to share your experience by adding your snapshots to the Mirror Installations Flickr group.

Thank you,
Radio Signals

I’m going to be blogging inspired outfits along with Euni Kira and Vega Arida throughout the weekend wearing inspired pieces created by designers for the Melt event. Check out Euni’s Blog for Euni’s and my first look!

Check out Melt tomorrow!!

xoxo!
Pu.

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amazing pictures<333

Comment by Carolina Sautereau

aw thanks carol <333

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