environmental art works in virtual space
by Juanita Deharo
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About the Book
The book documents Juanita Deharo's contributions to the 'Virtual Treeline' project in Second Life., which was part of the 'Treeline' project on the Sunshine Coast, Australia in 2009/10.
The accompanying essay places the works in the context of questioning environmental and sustainability issues and the role of mankind in the destruction of the planet.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Fine Art
Project Option: Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
# of Pages: 38
- Publish Date: May 05, 2010
- Keywords virtual art Juanita Deharo, Sunshine Coast, fine art, art in place, environmental art, Jackson Browne, environment, trees, art, Caloundra, conservation, birds, ecology, installation, sustainability
Juanita is the avatar of Australian artist Judy Barrass. Juanita makes art in cyberspace in on-line virtual realities. She is interested in the intersection of the real and the virtual, how one can compliment and augment the other. As an artist she moves freely across the boundaries, creating works and tools that fit the purpose, and finding her audience in both realms.