venerdì 15 novembre 2013

Viviana Houston @ The Gaia Theory Project - LEA13

Tanalois Art and torno Kohime Foundation
have the pleasure to invite you to
live concert by 

Viviana Houston

into the Gaia Theory Project - LEA13

Viviana Houston will accompany us with his voice on a journey through the most beautiful songs international strictly live.

Friday, November 15th 2:00 PM SLT - 23.00 IT

Viviana Houston
Singer in RL since 10 years and in SL since 2007, Viviana Houston will entertain you with the best italian and international music. 
She was chosen to represent with his voice  "The Eternity price" in Atlantide land, a new site inspired by the Dracula's Castle, a tribute to Bram Stoker for which a video was made by Falco Tomsen. 
Winner of the 2nd International Incanto Festival 2011
A 4 tracks mini cd "Second LIVE" has been produced in july 2011 by Meta V Records and available in their shops
Feel free to Im her to do your requests and dedications and enjoy her wonderful voice.

A demo of a live performance is available on youtube:

The Gaia Theory Project

The Gaia Theory Project is a group project presented by the Tanalois Group and the torno Kohime Foundation under the direction of Aloisio Congrejo, Tani Thor and Nino Vichan. It is based on the Gaia Theory of Lovelock and Margulis.

The GAIA Theory Project brings together 11 artists from 7 countries spanning Asia, Europe and North America. 

This project is sponsored by a 5 month grant from the Linden Endowment for the Arts.

The sim will be available for public visitations through the month of December 2013.

The Gaia hypothesis, also known as Gaia theory or Gaia principle, proposes that organisms interact with their inorganic surroundings on Earth to form a self-regulating, complex system that contributes to maintaining the conditions for life on the planet. Topics of interest include how the biosphere and the evolution of life forms affect the stability of global temperature, ocean salinity, oxygen in the atmosphere and other environmental variables that affect the habitability of Earth.
The hypothesis was formulated by the scientist James Lovelock and co-developed by the microbiologist Lynn Margulis in the 1970s


The Exhibits

The following five artists have sky-platform installations (in alphabetical order):
Chinon Beaumont - Mandala
Daco Monday - Evoluzione
comet Morigi - Wind Floaters
Gem Preiz - Macro-stones and Micro-Earth
Betty Tureaud - Gaia from Chaos

The following six artists have ground-based installations, video structures and 2D art galleries (in alphabetical order):
Cayenne Avon - Dryad
Alosio Congrejo - Amelioration and "8+?"
Tani Thor - After the man
Kicca Igaly - Alle origini di Gaia
Melusina Parkin - Alternate Landscapes
Nino Vichan - The Trail of Extinction, Video Structures

There are five video structures with four video rooms in each.
Follow the rivers that extend from the center landing point.

Nuclear Pollution

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