Tell me a Story — RL exhibition

Tell me a Story — RL exhibition
"Tell me a story" is an installation in Second Life by Meilo Minotaur (Sameiro Oliveira Martins) that calls for the participation of the visitors.
Contrary to what is usual, in which the image helps to illustrate a story, Meilo Minotaur asked Second Life users to tell a story that linked the various scenes of her digital 3D installation.
Users responded with pictures, videos and written stories.
We now present you some of that content — the conceptions of a creative public, able to appropriate the work of art as art flow in an age of creative distribution.
You can listen to the stories in the headphones, each story is associated with a color. In the wall you can see several pictures of the virtual installation, threads of color running through the pictures, linking them to the verbal stories.
Everything can be connected, anything can become something else. The illustration can become the illustrated or the other way around.
Everything opens to a new creation.
From May 4th to 28th July at CRUgaleria, Porto, Portugal.

Virtual environments and avatars

Meilo Minotaur


CapCat Ragu
Eila Magnolia
Guerreira Xue
Leo Kobeshimi
TZinnia Karu


Rita Eustáquio

Sound Edition

Luís Eustáquio


Deborah Lombardo
Dodo Ahanu
Eila Magnolia
Georgina Hannay
Kaia Beattie
Kato Salyut
Kate Bergdorf
Loony Perl
Midwinter’s Art
Moon Parker
Olympe Rhode
Tutsy Navarathna
A live (at the opening)

Meilo Minotaur
Serendipity Dyrssen
Tizzy Canucci
By CapCat Ragu on 2019-05-02 15:03:06

10 replies
  1. CapCat Ragu
    CapCat Ragu says:

    [] and [] we are very honored to have you with us!

  2. Tutsy. Navarathna
    Tutsy. Navarathna says:

    A big thank you for this invitation to participate in this exhibition. I am delighted that "tell me a story" is an extension of the virtual world. Congratulations to you both! :) <3

  3. CapCat Ragu
    CapCat Ragu says:

    Thank you all! Everybody loved your work, the stories, the pictures, the machinists!
    [] everything is possible…


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