In the Destination Guide I found a place called El Laberinto Perdido by artist Romy Nayar.
The atmosphere is dark, dark, dark. This interactive installation is some of the best surrealist interactive artwork I’ve seen in Second Life. It’s spooky and unsettling.
Make sure to read the notecard when you first arrive, it will suggest Windlight & sound settings. I admit, I did play around with other Windlight settings to grab better snapshots.
You might get a little lost every now & again. This is an artwork best enjoyed when you can invest some time to explore. It is, after all, y’know — a LABYRINTH.
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