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[BKARTS] SLART: Second Life Art

I am pleased to announce that pre-publication subscriptions to the First Edition of SLART are now available. SLART provides archival documentation on permanent paper of the art created in the early stages of the electronic metaverse of Second Life.

Second Life is a creative medium that artists have been exploring for several years. This edition is being produced by SLART founder Richard Minsky, who resides in Second Life as ArtWorld Market. He is considered the world's leading expert on Second Life Art, and has been written up in Financial Times Deutschland, Die Zeit, and Artnet, among many others, was interviewed by Kurt Anderson on Public Radio International's Studio 360, and performed a 1½ hour tour of Second Life Art at Location One in New York City that was simulcast in Second Life.

Links to these articles, interviews and the entire 1½ hour tour of Second Life Art are on the details page at http://slartmagazine.com/subscription.htm

Some of the book's content is available at the SLART website: http://slartmagazine.com

There will be two versions: a Deluxe Edition of 10 slipcased copies in lizard grained cowhide, and a Limited Edition of 100 copies paperbound with an archival polyester dust wrapper. The details, online ordering, and purchase order information are at http://slartmagazine.com/subscription.htm

Reservations will be taken on a first come basis online, and in person at the Second Life Community Conference at the Chicago Hilton, August 24-26, where I will be presenting a paper in the Business Track on Saturday the 25th at 3:00 p.m. on "The Art World Market of Second Life."

Best regards,


The Bonefolder, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 2007
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