Current Installment

Welcome to “Rocks” by Cica Ghost

November 3, 2019 by: Electric Monday
The Sim Quarterly is proud to present our next installment, “Rocks” by Cica Ghost. Cica has created an imaginatively drawn world in “Rocks”. The Girl from Frogs even makes a reappearance and is busy drawing away on the rocks, creating the whimsical scenes and a village to live in. Climb around, hike, rest, and even […]
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Past Installments

The Final Love Letters of Orizuru

November 3, 2019 by: Electric Monday
Here is the rest of their story. Although the exhibit has closed, I’d like to share with you the final love letters of the story. The first two letters penned by Élise and Henri can be found in the previous post. Henri,So good to hear from you. Since finding your letter, I have said your […]
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Past Installments

The Love Letters of Orizuru

October 29, 2019 by: Electric Monday
There is a back story of Orizuru that makes up the purpose of the origami strewn about the land. If you haven’t had a chance to read the letters, here’s your chance to start. The story begins with a letter from Élise, which can be found quite near the landing point after using the board […]
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Events

Flickr Photo Contest!

August 4, 2019 by: Electric Monday
We’re excited to host our first ever Flick Photo Contest!  Details are as follows: Contest details also available in world at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The Sim Quarterly/7/10/1403 at the sim’s landing spot. The Sim Quarterly, a quarterly art installation project, currently is hosting Orizuru, meaning crane in Japanese. The sim is made up of mesh origami objects and […]
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Events

Grand Opening—Sim & Orizuru!

July 28, 2019 by: Electric Monday
Join us tomorrow, July 28 at 11 Second Life time for our Opening Party for The Sim Quarterly featuring “Orizuru” a sim story by Kaiju Kohime and Electric Monday! DJ Clearstone will spin tunes for the first hour and DJ Electric will close out the party for the final hour. Feel free to bring friends, […]
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General

Welcome to The Sim Quarterly

July 27, 2019 by: Electric Monday
Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time. Thomas Merton Art and the virtual world, Second Life© are very similar —you are able to both find yourself and immerse yourself (and maybe even lose yourself) in something totally unlike what you already know. The experiences you gain help you grow […]
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Past Installments

Welcome to Orizuru

July 27, 2019 by: Electric Monday
Orizuru, Japanese for crane, is Kaiju Kohime and Electric Monday’s story, told through mesh and words, about two people who have not met, but think they will. Each of them yearns for love and acceptance in a time when everyone around them has their noses in their phones and cannot see the beauty around them. […]
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