To capture the virtual richness of the online images SaveMe Oh offers her audiences is a big task. While these events are spectacular for the online viewer, often they look pale in the pics of wannabe virtual society reporters as Ampel Goosson, who don’t reach further then to take snapshots of present avatars against a colourful background with the only objective to be able to tag the correct person to the picture on facebook.
To see how it should be done right it’s better to take a look at this movie made by Glasz DeCuir who fully captures the potential of the images combined with the music of DD and Echo Starship. The viewer can sense that here is a representation of a true online event where 3 artists combine their talents in an unique improvisation that nowhere else on the internet takes place.
In an exciting way this movie show the mesmerising talent of SaveMe Oh to turn every virtual place in a modern art environment which makes all efforts of other so-called artists look like dirty diapers in an abandoned kindergarten. All those pathetic prim-gluers in their sad little sims where their boring stuff lies virtual rotting for month after month, hardly witnessed by any visitor, should consider direct retirement after watching this superb movie.