moon Edenbaum at Furillen

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Something has been cooking over at Furillen for the past few days. There have been a few general announcements and a curious kind of secrecy surrounding the first Furillen photography exhibit, shoot the shooters, by moon Edenbaum. There are three special viewing times, two today and one tomorrow at 9 AM SLT, set aside for this event, only  further contributing to a general sense of mystery. Unfortunately, due to real life commitments, I was not able to attend today and will not be able to tomorrow either. I snuck in to take a quick look this evening, however, and ended up staying a very long while. This exhibit is nothing short of astounding and I don’t think I have ever seen anything like it in Second Life before. It is not easy to put into words what goes on in this show, one really has to experience it in person. The twenty portraits of photographers slowly being projected onto one of the Furillen building walls, the gently falling snow, the meditative music, and the scattered chairs; magical, much like Furillen itself. These portraits by moon beautifully display the character of each sitter and coupled with a short introductory few words they come alive even more. Bravo, bravo, bravo. This exhibit will only be open until Monday, unfortunately, so head over and take a look. I really wish Mr. Furillen-Footman would reconsider and keep it open for a while longer…

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Photographs by Kate Bergdorf

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7 thoughts on “moon Edenbaum at Furillen

  1. Thanks Kate – I really do appreciate you taking time out of RL to see the show. Your description is extremely accurate and – as ever – perceptive. Mr Furillen will have a think about timing …

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