The Josef K Galleria dell’Arte is proud to present a special exhibition by SaveMe Oh in honor of the great Solo Mornington.
As a leading member of The Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA), Solo Mornington for several years had the irrevocable power to decide what was good art and what was bad art in Second Life.
Solo Mornington was a tireless front fighting spokesman for conformity and inertia in the Second Life art world. With Solo Mornington as the headstrong leader of LEA we all could be sure never to be surprised by innovation and rethinking of already proven concepts.
With Solo Mornington’s retreat from LEA those days are gone. Now we are facing the possibility of an art revolution in Second Life where art no longer is made exclusively to please Solo Mornington.
Now we risk to meet art on the LEA sims that provokes, art that asks questions and art that uncovers the bourgeois way of thinking. We are facing times of uncertainty.
The exhibition reveals a series of Solo Mornington portraits capturing how Solo Mornington, just like certain beloved leaders in the real world, manage to master any situation he is exposed to.