Sunday, April 13, 2008

"The Wall" in Second Life


The Cybernetic Art Research Project proudly presents...

On July 21 1990, nine months after the dismantlement of the Berlin Wall, Roger Waters and an all-star cast performed "The Wall" at the Potzdamer Platz in Berlin. The performance was watched by a live audience of 250,000 and an estimated half-billion people on television…

And now, an international team of artists working with the Cybernetic Art Research Project (CARP) bring "The Wall" to Second Life ™...

SATURDAY 12th APRIL 2008 2pm
SUNDAY 13th APRIL 2008 2pm

The CARP Wall Team:

Creative Director: Debbie Trilling (UK)
Producer: Velazquez ‘The Global Wizard’ Bonetto (Germany)
Wall Design: Elfod Nemeth (UK)
Giant Animated Puppets: Duggy Bing (US)
Costumes & Animations: Caravaggio Bonetto (Austria)
Music: Junivers Stockholm (Sweden) & Josina Burgess (Holland)
Machinema: Eifachfilm Vacirca (Switzerland)

with valuable contributions from:

Scio Kamanchi (US)
Celeste Moonlight (US)
DJ Jenns (UK)
Adec Alexandria (UK)
George W Bush (US)
and, of course, Pink Floyd's incredible album 'The Wall'

Selection of performance photos:

Doubledown Note: I was not able to attend personally, however Morris Vig of Second Arts got a phenominal set of photography from the event.

1 comment:

Debbie Trilling said...

Thanks Doubledown for this mention & sorry you could not make it

On the Saturday performance, the sim was full up well before show start and some people had to camera in from a neighbouring sim.

On Sunday people were arriving more than an hour before show start and again the sim was full well before the start. We were forced to do two back-to-back performances to try and accomodate everybody.

Further dates for 'The Wall' will be released soon, and negotiations are currently taking place for a 4-sim venue; one sim for stage/performers, three for audience.

We, The Cybernetic Art Research Project(CARP), will also be producing shows of similar size and complexity in the future & will keep you informed!

Thanks again for your support :)

Debbie Trilling