There is one thing less appealing than Russian avant garde art, and that is being bombarded with spam about Russian avant garde art. There's something very retro, about bombarding people with notices, it's a bit like the way TV shows used to have really long intros, with a theme song and all the credits. But time and the transmission of information is on a different footing now. People have quicker sensibilities. Less has become more, and screaming for the attention of the masses will get you just, and only, that.
TKF on sim Solaris promised well. The main attraction is certainly his Little Gray, a three dimensional morality tale which deplores prejudice.
LEA 15 by Solkide Auer is a complete contrast.
From the giant alarm clock pictured at the beginning of this post, to the musical clefs spilling down like grains of sand on the massive metronome, Solkide captures not time itself, but its keepers in monumental forms and blazing rainbow colors.
A thrilling sim-sized, skyscraping cage does its darndest to hold our oldest enemy in place with fast chains or girders, and we are invited to visit the build in a classic scripted buggy, itself a time keeper, as its hover text reminds us of how many visitors have taken a ride on board since 2013. Meditate, gente. And yes, those are pyjamas. That kind of a day.
The TimeWalker opens tomorrow. это очень хорошо