The creative forces of art, music and science collide in this new sim wide art exhibit at University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).  The installations are based on tracks from real life album ‘Theorem’ produced by Ulf, which is the result of online collaboration between ten musicians from social networking website-‘Indaba Music.’
Curated in Second Life™ by conceptual artist, Misprint Thursday - this new exhibit brings together well respected virtual artists and features sixteen installations which are based on the science and math theories explored in the album.
    In the exhibit, the work of the artists range from performance, to detailed steam punk style machines, interactive work, and minimal conceptual work. Each of the contributing artists selected a track from the album ‘Theorem’ to work from as their inspiration. The theorems range from space-time, to special relativity, to genetic theory as well as some philosophy and computer programming ideas. 
  Visitors to the exhibit can view immersive art pieces; play tracks from ‘Theorem’ and listen to dream-like soundscapes set at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) sim. 
Wear the HUD provided in the invite object and at the exhibit landing point.  Use it for an easy tour of all builds or take the separate teleports located at each installation. Bring friends for a social experience, or relax to the superb music while traveling the whole sim solo.
   Participating Artists:
AM Radio, Betty Tureaud, Binary Quandry, Blue Tsuki, Dekka Raymaker, Desdemona Enfield, Douglas Story, Formatting Heliosense, March Macbain, Miso Susanowa, Misprint Thursday, Oberon Onmura, Penumbra Carter, Pinkpink Sorbet,  pixel Reanimator, Scarp Godenot, Sledge Roffo and Werner Kurosawa

    To see the show in “person” one needs to make a free account on Second Life and teleport to this location.

At the exhibit there are further details about the artists and their work.