On Thusday September 15, the LEA announced the line-up for the Full Sim Art Series, which commences on October 1st.
The complete list of participants is:
- October: Inferno by Rebeca Bashly, inspired by the first part of Dante’s famous Divine Comedy
- November: a joint entry comprising ~(Not-A-Knot) by Tyrehl Byk and Forgiving, by The Pink Tutu Ballet Group (Marmaduke Arado, Kikas Babenco, Sca Shilova, Cat Shilova, Saveme Oh, Eupalinos Ugajin, Luce Laval & Rose Borchovski) – a piece inspired by Desmond Tutu
- December: Binary Green by Neox’s – in which bots take over the earth
- January 2012: Research on Musical Instruments by Artistide Despres
- February 2012: An Interactive History of Life by Romy Nayar & Ux Hax
- March 2012: The Labyrinth by Kicca Igaly and Nessuno Myoo’s ‘The Labyrinth of Absurdity’
LEA report that the range and number of applications for the Series was such that the University of Western Australia (UWA) has converted one of its two sandboxes to provide additional display space for some of the other proposals received by the LEA.
The UWA’s Sky Sim Series will run concurrent to the LEA’s Full Sim Art Series, the major differences being artists are limited to the use of 5,000 prim rather than the full 15,000, with the exhibits being displayed on a sky platform.
The participants in the UWA Sky Sim Art Series are:
- October: Organic Peace Sculpture by jjccc Coronet
- November 2011: Mountain by Katy Isodoo, in support of mental health and wellbeing
- December 2011: Interactive Zoo of Endangered Species by Luna Metamorphia
- January 2012: Between Orient and Occident by Asmita Duranjaya, Chapter ChapTer Kronfeld & Louly Loon
- February 2012: Cyborg -Nature by Giovanna Cerise – where Nature rebels against the thoughtlessness of man
- March 2012: Fiona Blaylock’s tribute to the poetry of Samuel Coleridge (Kubla Khan, etc.).