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Tuesday, May 25, 2021


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Marina Münter

Thank you for featuring our most recent exhibition in your blog.

It is so cool to read positive feedback - keeps us motivated to keep up with the hard work! There are a few points I would like to clarify, though.

Ed. Colonia is a group exhibition, presented by the GBTH project, which is an art incubator in Second Life. The seven exhibiting artists of Ed. Colonia are Yeya Zuta, Lux Chiantelle, NaTaS, Aldiladeisogni, Mavi Beck, Rachel Breaker and Marina Münter.

The GBTH is managed also by Marina Münter, along with the generous help of some collaborators that cave in depending on the complexity of the exhibition to be assembled. We are far from being a massive institution.

The whole region is the GBTH, and the current exhibitions are carefully placed around the urban simulacra for better identification and to also insert the street as a counterpoint to the enclosed environments of galleries and museums.

We are open to clarify any other questions that might occur and thank you once again for featuring Ed. Colonia!

Marina Münter

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