Misprint's White Shirt, in her own words, "is a site specific installation dealing with the personification of a white shirt." The piece integrates video into an outdoor environment -- in a sense, reversing the setting of her recent Paranormal Frottage. It also has clothes-hanging animations. Be sure to turn on your media (video stream) when visiting this installation, to see the video play under the water and hear Misprint's song, which is a crucial part of White Shirt (lyrics included in her notecard). The photo below was taken in daylight to highlight some of the build's elements, but the work has its subtlest effect when viewed in midnight.
|Misprint Thursday's "White Shirt"|
oona Eiren built what I'd call a "retro-futuristic-grunge" city/stereo, in an enormous partly open case that occupies almost the entire quarter-parcel. Called Live!, it too involves the use of media: in this case, turn on the music stream for an instrumental piece oona created with her experimental indie music group, The Gift Collective. Touch the loudspeakers to change the sounds they play, and make your own soundscape. The Bride of Frankenstein has a special appearance. Again, although the photo below is taken in daylight, the artist recommends setting to midnight.
|oona Eiren's "Live!"|
Misprint's build is at Split Screen North; oona's is at Split Screen South. Be sure to see both works!
Mark your calendar: we will have the opening party on Saturday, 5 Feb, at 2:00 SLT. Both artists will be there and the DJ will be the excellent Isabelle Mavendorf.
By the way: if you like what Split Screen is doing, please vote at the Art Galleries of SL kiosk. There's one at the landing point of each installation.
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