ParkArt Collaborative

ParkArt Collaborative

In trying to do too much in one work, many virtual artists overwhelm their viewers. It becomes difficult to take in the whole, to find the theme that relates all the parts. Yet in “Park Art Gallery,” the concept of freedom is shown by ParkArt Collaborative in various vignettes that all harmonize and represent the elusive pursuit of self-identity. It is as if psychology is broken into various components. Whether spending time lost between layers and discovering the depth within mirrors, the return to a central space lends cohesion. (Set up in four quadrants with a common style and uniting floor pattern, this segment is the simplest.) Yet, each segment can be appreciated individually as well as together, confronting the visitor to ask what separates and what is universally the same.

Please see additional review of “Park Art Gallery,” by ParkArt Collaborative, in The Aesthete and the Amateur,” (in-world only and in PDF sim street journal #8), reviewed by Eleanor Medier and Heavy Writer.

Continue to the next review of “Escape,” by Roc Furse, from UWA 3D Art Challenge: The Freedom Project.

Go back to the introduction with the full list of reviews.

Please see the in-world edition of Sim Street Journal #17 with comparative and critical articles that add to this online content. Available in kiosks and at the Sim Street Journal SL Office (Innu 40, 36,1649) or download PDF Sim Street Journal #17.
— The in-world magazine has topics that relate to those who understand the virtual context, including photographs, parallel articles. It has tabs for information landmarks, and web links.
— The online magazine expresses what the virtual world offers the real one. It is a mirror that reflects parallel articles, hot topics, and provides more links.Contributions are encouraged if covering topics relevant to real world readers.

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