Will has some interesting questions about Twinity’s galleries over the animx blog.
In theory Laura Kikauka may be in Berlin as in Twinity. Some galleries have a version in the Twinity virtual world. My guess is that this changes how people think about them.
Also, in another post about “Visual Music”, he asks:
How do galleries and artists think about content? How controlled is distribution? Is the audience invited to make derivative work?
Also, what changes with a virtual world such as Twinity Berlin? Images and video can be shown and stills and video can be recorded. So far I have asked permission for this but people seem to think it a strage question. There are Berlin galleries with spaces on Twinity.
These are interesting questions for the artists in the Twinity community. Questions and comments are welcome, as always.