Sunday Meeting at Caffe Freud
9am SLT (18 Rome, Berlin Time)
in ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO VOICE
Is Second Life communication, outside of the institutional and well organized conferences, classes, events, and in particular at Caffe’ Freud, or at psychological (living experiences sharing) meetings chaotical for intrinsic reasons?
And why? Is it a good, normal, liberatory, free, anarchist way of expression of our fractal emotions and SL experiences… or is it a limit ?
Anybody is welcome suggesting another own topic at the beguinning of our session.
Once we’ll choose one, please each one keep the choosen topic!
People landing on the ground (from SL Events) should teleport themselves in the sky, or IM me for a TP!
Second Front – Spawn of the Surreal (Live at NMConnect) – 04:40 – 24/apr/2007
Second Front – slfront.blogspot.com
For this performance, Second Front pretented to host a conservative theatrical performance event at NMConnect. Posing as ushers, SF convinved the audience to take a seat while waiting for the “performance” to begin. The unsuspecting audience eventually found out that they were in fact the performers!
Once they sat down, they mutated into the Spawn of the Surreal!
Wirxli Flimflam (Jeremy Owen Turner)
Tea Chenille (Tanya Skuce)
Tran Spire (Doug Jarvis)
Man Michinaga (Patrick Lichty)
Great Escape (Scott Kildall)
Lizsolo Mathilde (Liz Solo)
Aliseiborg Zhaoying (Penny Leong Browne).
Performers: The audience at NMConnect (Chaos sim).
Man Michinaga (Patrick Lichty) = editor and videographer.
Curator: In Kenzo.
This performance took place on February 11, 2007.