In her blog Diomita and Jenny Maurer's Blog, Diomita Maurer did a review of Breaking the Spell, my Summer 2021 exhibition in Commune Utopia. A gret review I copy here, mainly for safety reasons, I don't want to loose it.

Thank you Diomita ❤️.  The original blog is here: Art In Second Life 2021 - Breaking the Spell by Ambre Singh

14 years of joys, sorrows, sharing, creativity, sillyness...and much more.

Thanks to all of you who have enriched my SLife during all these years :) 

Commune Utopia has invited me to make a show this summer! 
In the Milky Way, there is a planet teeming with life forms. One of them called humanity has a rare peculiarity: it is lost in a dream. 
In this exhibition, Ambre Singh arouses her audience by peeling away layers of illusion one after the other. 
At arrival, take a "Breaking the Spell HUD"  for more infos. 
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In her blog Diomita and Jenny Maurer's Blog, Diomita Maurer did a review of Cancel Culture, my May 2021 exhibition in Noir'Wen. A gret review I copy here, mainly for safety reasons, I don't want to loose it.

Thank you Diomita ❤️.  The original blog is here: Art In Second Life 2021 - Cancel Culture by Ambre Singh

Some weeks ago, my friend Drack, excellent builder of vehicles in SL, offered me many of cars and bikes, asking me to make good promotional pictures of them. I found the challenge interesting, even if I do not drive much in SL (in fact, few dare to sit on the passenger's seat with me driving...). Here are some of the images I did for Drack Motors. 
The link to Drack Motors Marketplace is here: MP

I really liked the Kidaka Resort sim. Africa at it's best. So I decided to make a harmless photographic safari. Later, Mihailsk joined me and tried to prevent me from getting too close to the animals, without success. He was really scared when he saw me play with the rhino, so I invited him to the Resort restaurant to make it up to me. And later tried to convince him to offer me a diamond necklace. But that's another story.

Violet Boa introduced a new blog series on the Virtuality Blog, "Interview with Artist".
In her words: "The interviews are intended to portray the "soul of the artist", not my interpretation nor my evaluation in any way. Primer I would like to get to know the artists better and understand them.
I have the honor to inaugurate this blog serie. Thank you Violet ❤
You can read the interview on this page.

An early morning, May 2037...

The first ray of early morning sun crosses the window, goes up along the bed and spotlights Isabelle's face. She smiles at the caress, the sun inviting her to join the world of solid things. With last playful glance at her dreamlike friends, she collects her ideas, impressions, and prepares her passage. Like all children (...)

5000 days in SL...

I sometimes wonder if the dogs age calculation (one dog year = 7 human years) is also valid for avatars. I would be 98! My last dog reached a bit less then 5000 days and died of old age after a full and happy life. 5000 days is a long journey, filled with love stories, deceptions, tears and laughter (...)

The creation of Ambre Singh is first and foremost a look at our worlds and our daily lives ... but a look offbeat, sharp, full of humor and humanity that questions us and relativizes us. Her work is like a surrealist report, always funny, tender and poetic. She puts our realities in the abyss. She lightly asks essential questions about our humanity with a perfect mastery of photographic tools. She plays with the senses that she diverts with finesse.

Human arrogance is currently reaching new heights. For billions of years, Life has been evolving throughout the universe, guided by an Intelligence that is beyond our capacity to understand. In our lost suburb of the Milky Way, we bipeds who barely attained self-awareness, declare war on Life (in its viral form) and think we're going to get away with it. Hmm. Let's choose again... Read on, just to put your mind at ease. 

In her blog Diomita and Jenny Maurer's Blog, Diomita Maurer explored my main art gallery. A wonderful review I copy here, mainly for safety reasons, I don't want to loose it.

Thank you Diomita ❤️.  The original blog is here: Art in Second Life 2020 (46) Ambre Singh Gallery

Two things are infinite, said Einstein, the universe and human stupidity; before adding, but I'm not sure for the universe.

Since my early childhood, I cannot trust authorities - parental, medical, religious, political, and so on. Today, it offers me an interesting vantage point to observe our planetary crisis. Fake authorities fuck fake folks. Let's smile about it.

Le nouvel Origène ou le rut vaincu

Il avait ces jours-là défloré mille vierges
de diverses couleurs, et suivant les leçons 
des Pentapolitains huit cents jeune garçons
parmi lesquels le fils - horreur - de ses concierges

May we move gently away from the old male ways of raping the planet and all of life, and let emerge deeply buried female aptitudes to care for all that is.
May our thoughts and actions spring from the blissful core of our hearts. 
Happy new year and decade!
Ambre Singh

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