Running through 28 Feb, Split Screen presents two new works: Yooma Mayo's Yes, Giovanni, and Pixels Sideways's Afterlife: A Journey Through the Imagination of Pixels Sideways.
Yooma is well known for his fantastical, enormous, mechanical, steampunkish animals, such as the seahorses at a LEA sim and the elephants at The Lost Town (La Citta Perduta). In Yes, Giovanni he continues in this vein with two huge goldfish leaping through the air, looking like they are charging into each other. Beneath them is a railway stop, with the engine off in the distance. I haven't come up with an interpretation for any of this (including the title) but it's magnificent nevertheless.
Yes, Giovanni, by Yooma Mayo
Pixels has a long history in SL arts, and Afterlife is to some extent a retrospective, but many of the works have never been publicly displayed before. She writes, "The concept behind Afterlife continues to shift and change, in much the same way each individual interprets the meaning of 'afterlife' in their own context of existence.... More specifically, Afterlife is a journey through my imagination which is in a constant state of loco-motion." (Note: the lighting in Afterlife is intentionally low, so photos are a bit difficult to take.)
Afterlife, by Pixels Sideways
SLURL to the Split Screen entrance: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Beleza/36/219/1501.