Thursday, January 6, 2011
Virtual Art filmed in Second Life® at Soup:Magoo
Lovers Lane Studios
Best viewed full-screen, and with headphones to capture the environmental soundscape
There's no bible in here? Virtual Art Installation by Dekka Raymaker and Penumbra Carter (2010)
"Nicole" Music composed and performed by Norman Lamont
Machinima Cast: Amy Freelunch, Cinco Pizzicato, Mab MacMoragh, and Solo Mornington
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This "Nicole" is an alternate version of the song found on Norman Lamont's Romantic Fiction 2 (2007)
Saturday, January 1, 2011
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Soup Radio's new schedule begins on Saturday, January 1st 2011
(12pm PDT, 3pm EDT, 8pm GMT).
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Arahan and Khamudy discuss what 2011 has in store for Second Life, the New Year resolutions people have been making regarding their online activities, the ongoing difficulties of funding for virtual arts and humanities projects, the arrival of Rod Humble from Electronic Arts as the new CEO of Second Life, the teengrid merger, the end of licensed Frank Lloyd Wright content in SL and the amusing developments of Xbox Kinect hacks.
Amy Freelunch talks about the real-life art market, and ways for artists to use the internet and crowd-sourcing to support their work. She also talks about a few different art sites and what works about them and what doesn't.
Penumbra Carter is joined by guest Chantal Harvey. Chantal talks about her past, present and future machinima and the role music has played in their production. Also discussed are their experiences with the 48 Hour Film Project and Chantal's participation within the Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA).
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