I bisited Jade Koltai’s Blue Pond Cafe and met Akiko Kinoshi (a.kiko) and Betty Tureaud there. I axed them to fetch my boddle of warm meelk from the backs of my robot stroller, but they were too busy making out.
Last night Auntie Tansee welcomed Mommy ‘n Me to SLEA-2! Then mommy got started terraforming the coral atoll that will become Medici University Herculini Crater and Flash Fiction Island! It’s so exciting! I need more cheerios!
The SLEA organizers seem headed for a capitalist definition of art as the production of objects. I encourage you to submit proposals that focus not on object production but on process, experience, community, and co-creation.
In a brilliant initiative, Tansee and Hannington Xeltentat have collaborated with Linden Lab to create the Second Life Endowment for the Arts (SLEA). Here are 2 suggestions to make it as useful for our community as possible.