Spencer Museum of Art in Second Life – gone!

One of my favorite spots in the virtual world of Second Life is the Spencer Museum of Art. I have been filming there, for my Robotworld series. After weeks of trying to teleport over, with no luck, I contacted Inara Pey, and she investigated – only to come back to me with the bad news: the sim is gone.

Crazy, that it has been gone for weeks, and nobody even noticed, it seems?  Sigh. It cannot be just me, I heard that it is a favorite hangout for many Linden employees, and their director Ebbe Altberg.

Can one be sad, over the lost of a virtual place? Certainly. I am.

robotworld-chantalharvey-spencermuseumofart

robotworld-chantalharvey-spencermuseumofart

I met many people there, only recent spent hours talking with an Italian filmmaker and art curator, sitting on the giant couch, commenting in awe on the art surrounding us. The outstanding art machinima by Toxic Menges was shot there, recently showcased in Leicester UK, at the machinima convention – which featured mr. machinima Hugh Hancock himself (so glad I met him!).

INternational Machinima Convention

I was filming, never finished the machinima – a hard lesson to be learned. As my mum used to tell me: never postphone … she was right, of course.

robotworld-chantalharvey-spencermuseumofart

robotworld-chantalharvey-spencermuseumofart

2 thoughts on “Spencer Museum of Art in Second Life – gone!

  1. Oh no 😦 It was never a problem when photographing… you either caught it or missed it.

    I’ve just gone over to One Caress to do more work, and it’s snowing not raining. At least that may thaw again.

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