Sally and William, concept, author and interactive design by Toni Dove; software design by R. Luke Dubois
in Streaming Museum’s exhibition Artists and Innovators for the Environment, Part 3, February 3 – April 3, 2009
Ars Virtua curator, James Morgan (Rubaiyat Shatner), presented Streaming Museum’s launch exhibition on January 29, 2008, along with locations on 7 continents symbolically exhibiting at precisely the same time “Good Morning Mr. Orwell” by Nam June Paik.
Ars Virtua is a new media center and gallery located primarily in the synthetic world of Second Life. Located in Dowden and Seventh Eye, Ars Virtua’s 3000 square meter, two story building is divided into a “permanent” exhibition space and a place for rotating exhibits. Ars Virtua facilitates exploratory ventures in synthetic worlds such as the Ars Virtua Artist in Residence which supports artists both in Second Life and World of Warcraft. AV is committed to research and furthering the dialogue around synthetic worlds, the 3D web and the creation of native art in new mediums.
Merce Cunningham performing in Merce by Merce by Paik (1976) courtesy of Merce Cunningham Dance Company, NYC presented in Streaming Museum’s exhibition Artists and Innovators for the Environment, Part 3, February 3 to April 3, 2009