77 Million Paintings, Second Life:: Press Release

Release is here and in full below!


Eno has spent a great deal of his life sowing creative seeds and 77 Million Paintings could be considered his most complex and fruitful project.”
Dustin Driver


Immerse yourself in the ever-changing sound and imagescapes of Brian Eno’s 77 Million Paintings through an exclusive mixed reality event in Second Life.

The Long Now Foundation, a San Francisco non profit dedicated to fostering long-term responsibility, is pleased to announce the Second Life premiere of Brian Eno’s 77 Million Paintings, in partnership with metaverse services company blueair.tv.

The work will be both streamed via video at select locations inside Second Life, while a rendition of 77 Million Paintings has been created by blueair.tv creative partner Annabeth Robinson, known virtually as AngryBeth Shortbread.

Two evenings, June 29th and 30th, are open to the general public at multiple venues across Second Life, with the largest public area provided by Joi Ito (Kula Sims). The final night, July 1st, is a private event that will be held in appreciation for Long Now members worldwide (members.longnow.org) and hosted on the Leeds College of Art and Design’s Digital Media Sim. Members of The Long Now Foundation staff and board will also be visiting the Second Life sims throughout the weekend and during the member event on Sunday evening.

The North American premiere will be hosted by The Long Now Foundation at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Mr. Eno hopes to be in San Francisco for the event.

Questions regarding the Second Life opening, sponsorship of the event, Second Life-based artwork and blueair.tv itself should be directed to Bryan Campen at blueair.tv {at} gmail [dot] com.

Any questions or requests for interviews regarding the artist, installation and membership to The Long Now Foundation should be directed to Danielle Engelman at 415.561.6582 or via email at danielle {at} longnow [dot] org

See longnow.org/77m for more information on the event and The Long Now Foundation, and 77millionpaintings.com for further understanding of the artwork. Check blueair.tv for updates on the Second Life events and sponsors involved with 77 Million Paintings.


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