Last week started the Fantasy Faire in Second Life, the most big an amazing event related to fantasy organized by Relay for Life to collect funds for the American Cancer Society, where a lot of designers and artists among others collaborate to this cause donating items to help to rise funds.
You will find me there participating with ALEGRIA Studio as fantasy designer at Aurora Sim and since a day ago also as artist at Ichi-go Ichi-e Sim, with a second little art scene to present my Rusted Heart Avatar, from my installation Love is a Battlefield, and some pictures from this and my other installations Tears in Rain and Comic Girl:
- Los Falsos White Red and Los Falsos City (Day) pictures were part of my mega art installation TEARS IN RAIN, based on Rosa Montero’s book
- Love Dream picture was part of my installation COMIC GIRL about the 7 states of love
- Love is a Battlefield – Cloud picture is part of my art installation LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD
100% of the sales of these items will be donated to the American Cancer Society, so please visit in world and buy a lot!!! 😉
[DREAM] LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD – AVATAR RUSTED HEART
This avatar is the Rusted Heart, one of the characters in “Love is a Battlefield”, my surreal cyberpunk art installation for The Museo del Metaverso (in Craft Virtual World). These damaged hearts in battle are taken by Drones Collectors under the watch of the Great Collector. But, why is it collecting rusted hearts?
The Rusted Heart Avatar is an exclusive item for Fantasy Fair 2015 that you only will be able to get in the Auction. You can wear it as avatar or use it as decoration for your place. 100% of the sale of this item will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
Watch a preview of Love is a Battlefield from min. 3:07 to 3:34:
Why I Relay?
My grandma passed away at the beginning of this year due lung cancer. She had it for years, but It was too late when doctors visit her. She was not a smoker, as her sister, that also died due lung cancer a year before. She was born into difficult times and suffer the Spanish civil war. She was of the type of never complain due pain. And she was my family pillar.
I was raised by her. I came to life with her 2 years ago, when we knew she had cancer. We born same day, same month, but in a different era.
In my first incursions with science communication using Second Life, I had the pleasure to organize some debates and lectures about cancer, from a research and social point of view. I’ve never forget the words of the patient that came to talk about her experience, about how is to live with cancer and about the importance for patients to be treated with normality.
One never think how important is until it touch one… but I believe in people’s power to change things and turn them into wonders. Just taking action. We are not as alone as we think 😉
I guess this is why I relay.
I want “to see an end to the heartache this devastating disease cause”, as Duchess Flux says.