Asmita Duranjaya has created a new art-installation in the hexagonian art-space of Hannington Endowment For The Arts (HEA):
To give interested visitors an introduction, Asmita created a Fracticularium for the opening, which included the main fractal textures and the soundtrack, a show, which has been enhanced by a a dancer and a fracticle-show of 9 minutes length. On request of the visitors the show has been repeated during the opening. Tansee and Hannington have done their best to provide the space and arrange the promotion:
Asmita herself writes on her introductory board:
"My Cyber-Paradise is a place for de-celeration, absolute relaxation and enjoyment of colours,
shapes and sounds. Basic shape is the hexagon, due to the host place Hannington Endowment
For The Arts, which is itself a hexagonian gallery. The hexagon and the hexgonian fractals, the
colours teal and violet are typical expressive tools in cyber art.
The conceptual idea is a paradise in the future, where all religions and cultures are equally respected. Symbols for this background are the bridges with a quote from the basic scriptures of six different religions - whether humans will still exist or not is a open question.
The paradisiac environment is enlivened by two cyber bots and some animals, partly with animesh function, which I am not able to create myself due to missing hard- and software - so I am giving my credits to EliteDesign, Shepherd and Lance.
My thanks go to Tansee and Hannington Xeltentat for providing the space.
Enjoy the paradise, take a seat on the flying insect and do a round trip and play with the horns at the bridges, which play music by touch and can be stopped too.
Musical credits go to David Schombert and his ambient composition "L'Exile Des Arbres".
Play with your windlights, every graphic card is different; recommendable are: [TOR] SUNRISE - Turtle Island or MIDDAY - Precision blue or [EUPHORIA] smoky blue sky, etc."