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LEA22 Fairyland Cloudhead Worldheart concluding event 29. 06 (June 29)

Wed, 06/27/2018 - 09:56
Fairyland Cloudhead Worldheart
concluding event
in Loving Memory
Horatio friend aka Paul Hardt
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA22/127/119/23
Friday, 29 June

Fairyland Cloudhead Worldheart
concluding event
in Loving Memory to
Horatio friend aka Paul Hardt

Friday, 29 June

9:30 am  Jim Cook.
10:40 am Rubeus Helgerud Part1 and the Cloudhead Worldheart Theatre Company
11:30 am  MORGENSTERN
2:30 pm   Jim Cook
                 Rubeus Helgerud Part2
                 and the Cloudhead Worldheart Theatre Company
4:00 pm  Maximillion Kleene
5:45 pm  Lampithaler
                 and the Cloudhead Worldheart Theatre Company
                 in Loving Memory
                 Horatio Freund aka Paul Hardt

Cloudhead Worldheart is a fairy tale that I wrote and which I presented as a total work of art on LEA 22.
I thank all those who accompany me closely and support me! In particular I thank LEA Linden Endowment for the Arts, the participants of the Theater Emsemble Cloudhead Worldheart, my closest friends, all musicians and all visitors.
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA22/127/119/23

Infos: http://lampithaler.com/cloudshead-worldheart/

lampithaler

LEA24 Closing Event

Mon, 06/25/2018 - 08:58

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA24/142/122/21


From a small pattern come a long way

Total MOTORIK
a tribute to
 Jaki Liebezeit
Thursday, june 28
1 pm slt
Eidola, LEA 24
closing event

When I started with Can I had a lot of critics who said we were
repeating all the time, and we didn’t have ideas.
But I think the repetition, you have to feel it.
With Can, for every tune we played I designed a special rhythm,
so each of the tunes had different rhythms. It’s not like
Rock rhythm. I stopped with all that. I’ve given up that old style
of – you can call it American drumming. American drumming, it was
and still is normal, everybody plays American. So that’s why
I don’t play what what to me is normal."
- Jaki Liebezeit



LEA11 IF THE MIND IS ABSENT BY :KERUPA FLOW: CLOSING CONCERTS BY RULIE CISSE

Fri, 06/22/2018 - 23:53


When something feels meaningful, I notice my own mind.
Is it just a form? Or is it standing at the rare moment that my heart meets your heart?** RULIE CISSE :: EXCELLENT LIVE PIANO MUSIC ** BOTH THE 23RD AND 24TH PLEASE NOTE TIMES ARE LISTED AS:: JUNE 23RD 22:00 PDT JUNE 24TH 7:00 PDTJUNE 24TH 14:00 JSTJUNE 24TH 23:00 JST

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http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA11/46/46/21




LEA7 - SALT - Eliza Wierwight

Fri, 06/15/2018 - 07:33
  **************************************************************************************************** ARTIST: Eliza WierwightLOCATION: LEA7DATE: June 16thTIME: 1 PM SLT  ****************************************************************************************************Salt

Eliza Wierwight16 June 2018
Hello everyone,
Welcome to the notecard I've been avoiding like the second coming of the plague. 
There are at least two fundamental options for viewing this work.
★Cruise through at your own pace & where mused savor salt at a visceral level.
★The more daunting version. The above plus all the damn yet potentially interesting Eliza notes that follow.
As my primary presence Inworld is commercial, I’ve not engaged in the luxury of  formal arts related work for quite some time,  and certainly never on this scale. 
I had formerly mused the idea that if I was ever to engage in art again, then this odd creature called 'salt' would evolve, needless to say those originally indiscriminate ideas morphed into something entirely else during the course of actually creating it.  Aided and abetted by a smaller project 'fourth position' I created on the fly for One Billion Rising earlier this year, which is woven into the foundation of sorts, though explored more expansively. This work is predominantly instinctual, much shuffling ensued, and therefore not tidy in philosophy. Perhaps problematic that I've been so enmeshed in the emotion of its creation that the premise of tying it up in a clever art historian-esque summary notecard type endeavors was always going to remain rather elusive to me. However this plays out, I had a moment of extreme personal catharsis during the creation of 'salt', and for that fact I remain grateful. Details in relation to this can be found in my comments regarding cultural influences other, in the secondary more expansive notes, if you're curious.
★Artist's statement on salt - framework
As a fuller Immersive piece the philosophy of salt presents this way, I invite you to consider the journey through the installation as experiencing-dining from a pre-set menu of somewhat unpalatable stories & truths. Some of my own, some not. Though all manifestly important to me irrespective of origin. I’ve quite deliberately misappropriating the term 'degustation', this imparted itself as an ideal transition, as each segment-course is a unique work of its own volition. There are however other threads that drift through the work, as I’ve permit myself a further interplay of symbolic references in relation to the accoutrements of sustenance. In the context of literal salt, a basic commodity that exists in most kitchens of the World, it became a metaphor for the things that wound us, a conduit.  Another thread meandering through this work, relates to the Japanese philosophy of Kintsugi, embracing the unique, flawed or imperfect. Life ingratiates itself with such hardship at times. 
If we are the wounded, then let us embrace where possible those challenges & scars, and in surviving them or in our empathy for others that do, see ourselves as the beauty. We are the fine art.
Eliza Wierwight





LEA10 MOOD SWINGS BY JUDILYNN INDA

Wed, 06/13/2018 - 22:42
 LEA10 MOOD SWINGS BY JUDILYNN INDA WITH THE BLENDED ETHEREAL SOUNDS OF ULTRAVIOLET ALTER
      



 MOOD SWINGS is a fun display of emotion is texture and color.
JudiLynn India is a 2D artist whose work is steeped in colorful textured abstraction. She often hears how her work affects the mood of the viewer. LEA10 brings all of that together in one place, likened to a giant ball pit of emotion!The ethereal and eclectic sounds of UltraViolet Alter blend wonderfully with the visual. It is a pleasure to collaborate with Ultra.PLEASE JOIN US AND ENJOY THIS EVENT AT LEA::

  SLUR:: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA10/139/107/26