rez Magazine May 2015 - Page 43

describes how the color and flashes of light make it “perhaps a little parody of the SL club scene.” The gems themselves are her first attempts at using Mesh as a sculpturing tool. To Misprint, Second Life is as much an artist’s tool as traditional brushes and recording devices. She told me “creating art in Second Life represents the same creative process I experience with other traditional tools. I don't see myself strictly as a virtual artist, I am an artist. I use Second Life as an extension of my studio to create images, scenes and stories; to merge media and perform. Art in Second Life can be screened like cinematography, o ȁ