THE-PEEK
B2: The Narrows#140812

THE PEEK – (VIDEO)

The tetraforms become a hill once a month, creating a clubhouse upon which the “anarchy” flag or “totalitarian” flag flies… signaling that month’s order and structure.

Collaborators

Haneef Bhatti

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This concept of created during the “5D Science of Fiction” event. But the animation video was uploaded after the event.

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E5: Senshai Valley#140173

DEATH COLLECTIVE

At the time of death, memories and emotions are uploaded to the collective of the past, which are molded int he terrdled and secure elected and scope above the land. Permissions are supported by Lao to the population in the return for service and loyalty.

Collaborators

the folks in the corner.

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E5: Senshai Valley#140173

Death Collective

At the time of death, memories and emotions are uploaded to the Collective of the post which are housed in the terraced and secure elevated landscape above the land. Permissions are granted by Lau to the population in return for service and loyalty.

Collaborators

David Falstrup, Geoff Manaugh

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G7: Twin Vales#141898

Homina Fish

Ever since the government has been eavesdropping on the coral circuits, certain elements of society (followers of Lao) have dropped off the grid and formulated their own form of communicating with each other, by homing fish.

Collaborators

jef

Heather Barker
Philippe Bergeron
Judy Cosgrove
Ronni Kimm
Anne White

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BUMPAND
G7: Twin Vales#142406

Bumpand

The Rilaoans would play with the toy at the clubhouse by exchanging pieces with each other through motion and dancing, perhaps kissing and retaining energy they then plugged into the archipelago energy system.

Collaborators

Jessica Escobedo, Eric Liu

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F6: Sky Ring#140974

Eau de Mort

This particular club was famous for it’s Death Juice, a drink believed to temporarily allow experience of the afterlife to come. The heart appeared to stop and the imbiber enjoyed the most vivid of dreams.

Collaborators

Originally penned by Ace, drawings by Peter Rubin and Will Carey, with Christine Schreyer, Mark MacKenna and Judith Crow

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