I’m gradually making my way to Maya Paris’↑ new exhibit at LEA↑ and there are other openings and installations I want to share as well but I’m moving slowly these days. I happened on Rod Mandel’s↑ work this morning and realized at least part of what’s wrong with me. :)
I found his design soothing and calming. Life is about chaos and, while that can provide excitement and humour, there are times I long for straight lines and order. People are messy and rarely follow logic or patterns that make sense. (Note: I had the wrong slurl in the photo captions – that has been corrected.)
I keep seeing drama these days (and the potential for more) and I’m not in the mood I guess or I’d be ranting about some of it (not just SL related). None of it needs me though. As Craig Ferguson wisely suggests↑, ask yourself three questions first: Does this need to be said? Does this need to be said by me? Does this need to be said by me now?
Three things I will say: First go see Rod’s installation↑, it deserves your time. Second, the Lab is asking for feedback on SL9B ↑ (and, no, I have no opinion on this) so if you’re inclined I suggest you participate. Third, Crap Mariner↑ is doing a cool RFL fundraiser – get involved! A number of people are now matching him so you can have some fun and pick their pockets at the same time.
I’ll go look for my normal good humour. :)