Monday, February 6, 2012

Tableaux Vivants, Lag & Sim Crashes

"Lag is a state of mind" a wise, semi-old but still extremely hot and sexy avatar once said, who´s name escapes me at the moment.

That is of course very true but sometimes SecondLife tries it´s very best to destroy a good party. Terrible lag, a sim crash and a sim restart almost succeeded at Kandinsky Beaumont´s and Apmel Goosson´s party at Solace Island yesterday. Luckily most of us who were there were old troopers at dealing with such misfortunes and we came back as soon as it was possible every time.
Tableaux vivants means "living pictures". The term describes a group of suitably costumed actors or artist's models carefully posed and often theatrically lit. Throughout the duration of the display, the people shown do not speak or move. The approach thus marries the art forms of the stage with those of painting/photography. (Wikipedia).

"The Extraordinary Adventures of Kikas and Marmaduke" give SecondLife a humorous and modern day interpretation of this 19th century art form. No show is ever the same because of the interaction with the audience at each performance.

Due to the delay caused by the misfortunes I unfortunately could not stay through the whole show and the party afterwards but had to log off at midnight, but as long as I was there I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Without further ado, here are some pictures from the show. Please note that I am only showing a few of the pictures and not in the order the tableaux were presented.
Enthralled audience; Bock, Emarald, Mid, Ziga, Blanche, Kandi & Apmel

Besides myself, the sim was full of all the avantgarde art elite in SecondLife. Here are a few more shots of the audience.
SaveMe Oh trying to catch the eye of some rough trade
DJ Eifach

7 comments :

  1. Nice pics Bock buddy! And nice educational post. Apmel is mostly in it for the sex himself.

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  2. Thank you Bock!
    The link to this post will be my give-away when ppl ask me about Kikas and Marmas show and what it is like!
    Fine pics!

    Platonic kisses!

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  3. Tnx for the pics :)

    You can download the MP3 recording of the DJ Eifa after show party here:

    http://eifachfilm.ch/bm/detail.php?c=1&i=f73fa60d74d97befed7bf89bc7a823be4d538ea7&t=1

    a small time machine for all who had to hit the bed at midnight.

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  4. To quote Apmel:Explaining art is sexy and at least with me hits a soft spot every time :):)

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  5. Hugs guys, glad you liked it - and special thanks to Eifach for the link to the music I missed. ;)

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  6. Great article - spread your link and now the knowledge of vivid tableaux will for sure grow among friends. :)

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