SL14B is drawing to a close and there is still so much left to explore. I visited the area called “Art Parcels” and had a lot of fun taking pictures and interacting with the exciting creations. The first plot I visited is called “Tornado to Oz”. A group of mysterious figures, stand in a pool of water. Rising up above them is a mist or cloud, I guess the tornado, and a face can be seen through the water. It is lovely and haunting, you catch a glimpse of another face in the tornado behind the figures, but sometimes it is hard to see.
Next, I went to a very colourful display, TJ’s Mediamagic, which has a carnival like atmosphere. There is a separate enclosed space in the middle which contains a tv set playing 6 different channels. Depending on the channel you choose, you can see different patterns on the wall, like patterns created by lasers. The builder, Thoth Jantzen created this I spent quite a bit of time watching the different patterns and photographing them.
The final build I visited is called Cammino e Vivo Capovolto, which contained greyish figures, some mesh-like, some solid and some who appeared to be coming unravelled. There were also very large shoes and hats scattered around. Very striking.