3 September 2021 – 1 PM SLT
Allow yourself a relaxing magical moment, that you can share with your loved one and friends.
Dixmix has strongly oriented his music set on Lex Machine´s installation to support artist and his unique project and help us all to a resolution and liberation from unwanted influences.
“There’s a pill for everything these days… none of them actually cure what’s wrong.”
– ﾤﾼҲ ϺΔﾧￃΙﾢﾼ (archetype11.nova) – Creator of “NUMB”
Please, dear friends show your support for the beauty of art and music!
“Numb”, gorgeous art installation in Second Life by Video by Oema:
On my question, what moved and inspired him to do such powerful Installation,
Lex Machine told me:
“A brief bit…
the installation was created as I was dealing with the suicide of yet another one of my brothers in arms. I was a soldier for the last 16 years of war. It was the anniversary of me finding a body of my best friends in the woods when another friend of mine decided to take his own life.
The theme of the sim is very much the plea of that little kid that believes enough to put his life on the line for that which he loves, only to come out of the fray mentally broken and spiritually wounded in places deep enough that whales won’t go there. The standard response of the government is to hand us opiates as though they were candy, to numb us until we either die off or become zombies.
They will literally throw pills at you. I myself have turned down the drugs only to find them mailed to me at my home when I deliberately denied them at the facility. They have a pill for everything…..but nothing to cure what is really wrong.
I believe the world today, in it’s current state is exactly like us…war torn, mentally broken….and so busy being sedated by the quick fixes of life that the world itself has a pill for everything but nothing for what’s really wrong.”
“Art is restoration: the idea is to repair the damages that are inflicted in life, to make something that is fragmented – which is what fear and anxiety do to a person – into something whole.”
Everyone is welcome!