by Alphaville Herald on 22/03/09 at 9:39 am
Rage N Revenge, Desire N Despair
of pictures made by Bunny Brickworks focuses on the series'Rage N Revenge' and 'Desire N Despair'. Both series were produced inDirt Town, a setting that was built on the former Night Flower sim – anartists' collective and gallery and a playground for some of SL's mosttalented and creative digital artists.
Rage, revenge, desire and despair are a fundamentalpart of today's society and the grungy urban setting of Dirt Town withits dark alleys, motels and backyards was the perfect location.
The ground floorof the Broken Angels Gallery features the violent part of theexhibition with guns, swords, suicide and domestic violence. The upperfloor is home of the adult series, featuring parts of 'The StockholmSyndrome' as well as hentai & bishojo pornography.
The 'Stockholm Syndrome' is a psychologicalresponse sometimes seen in abducted hostages, in which the hostageshows signs of loyalty to the hostage-taker, regardless of the dangeror risk in which they have been placed.
Hentai is a Japanese word that, in the West, isused when referring to sexually explicit or pornographic comics andanimation, particularly Japanese anime, manga and computer games. InJapan it can be used to mean 'metamorphosis' or 'abnormality'.
A special type of hentai is bishojo, depicting sexual acts between women, usually below university age.
BunnyBrickworks has been an active member of SL's digital artists' communitysince June 2007. Her first series to be exhibited was 'Broken Angels' -featured in the Night Flower gallery and AVENUE Magazine.
She later focused on graphic novels such as 'FallenAngels' which has partly been published and is still a work inprogress, as well as The Catfight Chronicles and The Way of the Warrior(soon to be released).
Bunny Brickworks joined the SL pornographers inFebruary 2009 as a response to the growing censorship by both LindenLab and websites such as Flickr and deviantArt. Her work will also befeatured in SL's Freak Show – Pornosophy exhibition starting in April2009 as well as in SLag Magazine.