Category Archives: Second Life

Digital Art, Third Edition

Christiane Paul Thames & Hudson, London and New York 2015 pp. 237–240, 253–254, 258–259

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Virta-Rat Spotted On Mobile Devices Again

We have received numerous reports and now we bring you this exclusive video showing the Virta-Flaneurazine test subject JC Preistman appearing on mobile devices near bufotoad infestations.

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Xi’an China Clinical Trials

My colleague Will Pappenheimer and I are pleased to announce the opening of the Virta-Flaneurazine Clinic at the exhibition, “Tangible Spiritualities,” in the West Galleries at the Xi’an Academy of Art in China. The 10 meter square clinic is the largest … Continue reading

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DSL Cyber MoCA

DSL Cyber MoCA, the museum of contemporary art in Second Life, is pleased to announce: DSL Cyber MoCA will officially open in Second Life on April 30, 2009 Public (all Second Life users) can access to a comprehensive collection of … Continue reading

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Virtual Art

Lily & Honglei, John Craig Freeman and Will Pappenheimer Teleport to Imaging Wall Street Now It will premier at NY Arts’ Broadway Gallery in Soho in February. NY Arts Broadway Gallery 473 Broadway, 7th Floor New York, NY 10013 (212) … Continue reading

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Imaging Wall Street Largely Complete

Will Pappenheimer and I have largely completed Imaging Wall Street. Here are some stills:

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Imaging Wall Street

In Imaging Wall Street, John Craig Freeman and Will Pappenheimer make their way across Lower Manhattan from the Stock Exchange to the various investment banks and financial service companies which were recently bailed out by the U.S. government collecting peoples … Continue reading

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