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Stirring the Dreams


My name is Haveit Neox, and I have the great pleasure to announce that I am one of the artists of the currents 2012 exhibit.

Currents 2012, Santa Fe’s annual citywide event, features the latest developments in the New Media Among installations made of light, the virtual world of Second Life also participates at the new media festival. Four artists from our virtual world (Bryn Oh, Artistide Despres, Tyrehl Byk, and yours truly Haveit Neox) exhibit on the sims they have developed by way of a computer monitor set up at the installation in Santa Fe.  Arts by over 80 artists from throughout the United States and around the world.

My contribution is called “Stirring the Dreams” …


Landing point for the exhibit: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sparquerry/140/24/11
VIDEO TOUR: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GME1xv1Upc

The story:


Our nights are filled with dreams – good and bad ones. But a nightmare that persists over months or years may leave a dreamer feeling helpless to escape it. Haunting dreams set the stage for this exhibit at the Sparquerry sim, in the virtual world of Second Life. The scenario takes place in a factory-like structure and I try to match the somber atmosphere of nocturnal disturbances in this artwork. Second Life, this vast 3D computer world where I’ve built my own little corner, is a valuable tool for constructing a three dimensional environment. In such a format, I stir in a new element of light and hope. Now with an equatorial jungle outside the factory walls, and coiffed with a perched ship amid its canopy, the visitor may travel beyond the original dark space into more optimistic outcomes. Experiences and the people we encounter have an influence on our dreams. Therefore, inside the front entrance of the factory, I have installed some poetic works written by my friends in Second Life. Arranged like a Cabinet of Curiosities, they are a collection of pieces whose creators weave a common path, thus keeping my own display company. As a dreamscape is not easily navigated, the visitor may also take a little time before finding the verdant world just outside.

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