“Where’ve You Been?” is a twice-monthly original radio series broadcast on Virtual Community Radio, a radio station for residents of virtual worlds and the wider internet, at https:/vcradio.org.

“Where’ve You Been” looks at things to do and places to see in and around the Second Life Grid. The series is written and presented by Caledonia Skytower and Elrik Merlin.

In Episode 12 the show visited The Borderless Project, and you can hear the programme – and many other original series broadcasts from VCRadio – on the station’s “listen again” service on Mixcloud, at;

The Borderless Project is an 8-level, interactive digital art exhibition wherein we play with light: reflections, structures, movement, creation and evolution. With sounds and music to match the emotions brought to life by the multi-talented team of artists and scripters.

The Borderless Project derives much of its inspiration from teamLAB founded in Japan in 2001 by Toshiyuki Inoko, and now a series of multinational installations throughout the world. The Borderless Project, in Second Life, explores what we can do within this world where gravity is unimportant, physics is negotiable, and magic is possible!

The Borderless Team of Magicians are: Betty Tureaud, Gem Preiz, Delain Canucci, Thoth Jantzen, Mitsuko Kytori, Blaise Timtam and Akiko Kinoshi.

Settings: Please be very sure to be using the latest SL or Firestorm Viewer with EEP set to Use Shared Environment.

This is critical! Also please be sure to accept the Elite Experience as The Borderless Project uses both of these extensively!

The Borderless Project Teleport

Please feel hearty welcome to visit and enjoy the beauty of art!

Image by Dixmix Source

Art Promotion

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