Clairwil Oh: My sis, SaveMe Oh, has created a
machinima that demonstrates how performance art can be executed in a 3D
Iono Allen: This one is just exceptional.
Crystal Rehula: I'm the one at the far left at 0:45...
thank you for letting me participating in this exceptional ART video! :)
Hypathia Pickens: Bizarre and totally cool!
Larkworthy Antfarm: Love this!
Kandinsky Beaumont: One of my favorites.
Freenote: I loved every shot, simply amazing.
in the sacred cube
it is irony
to lube the cube and think naught
Huỳnh-Stolfi: It's so
CRAZY!!! I LOVE IT!
Crystal Rehula: Excellent!
Borchovski: Love your
hair darling and if you want to walk with someone , why not walk with me!
Carter: Made me
want to go to the roller rink!
Hypathia Pickens: Brilliant.
;) I have attachment envy.
did you unearth that deliciously wonderful old Chris Anderson tune? :) I'll
leave for you the same comment I read from someone talking about Chris's music:
"Really a delicate balance between ridiculous and haunting, a loner on the
mighty organ." Wonderful creation, SaveMe!
nice. I'm gonna have dreams about this tonight.
Myoo: I'm crazy but love this one..cool
Aino Baar: Fantastic SaveMe Oh ! Really interesting your
mix of surreal things, actions, and vintage music. Your own style and by the
way, i like it a lot
Lovely and very sweet. Thank u
Aino Baar: SaveMe Oh
WOW! That's an excellent example of talent and creativity. Bravo and Bravo!
Solkide Auer: I am
moved to tears!
This is Olympic class
: Strong. Distressing.
Linda Laura Lindsey: And now for something completely different. [for my non-SL friends] Here is another use of a virtual world... fabulously wild machinima by SaveMe Oh
: Wow... very nice!
2sense Productions: Progressively awesomer primwear! SL would be a funner place if we all looked more like buildings
Mandel Solano: You are good SaveMe, I like tour works in Second Life:)
Ataro Asbrink: "If you live in a dark cellar too long,
you will hate the sunshine." (Wilhelm Reich)
FuzOnAcid: I used to
do the 20 minute workout but usually to different music. This video may start a
Rose Borchovski: Beautiful and a bit unsaveme sad xx
Fearchar Enoch: It
doesn't make sense in a conventional way, but at least SaveMe's videos are
LaPiscean Liberty: Bravo!
Garcia-Lasuen: Big bravo
Beth Holmes: Why does the chicken cross the road, to get to
the other side. SaveMe is amazing because either she is leading us to exit
through the gift shop or she is,
Tutsy Navarathna: Beautiful
I like it !
2sense Productions: A
succession of unsettling experiences. The footsteps strung everything together
like beads of sound. Simplistic and surreal sets were more suggestive than
realistic - like the non-car in the non-mountains and the simple disc of
spotlights overhead - very interesting to me how that works, how setting a
simple design against a real sound is more emotionally immediate than a
photographic or mimetic image
VimPickens: This is
AMAZING, and so inspiring. The sets LOOK simple, and their incongruity
bizarrely matches the impact of the narration... yet I suspect they were not
easy to find or set up. Hard work and a wonderful conception. I like the
ambiguity of the title and the last sentence.
Iono Allen: This one
is a masterpiece!
Larkworthy Antfarm: Someone
VimPickens: I LOVE
this walking in place that you're doing!!!! So cool.
Apotheosis of [static] walking; Muybridgean imagery serves as a great metaphor.
And i like the way in which it corresponds with "Oh! To Be Invited To a
Venice Biennale" and, off course, "I'll Meet You On The Other
Side", and...now all your filmography looks like a logical sequense to me,
there is a lot of consistency.
2sense Productions: What especially
grabbed me in this one was the sun and sky backdrop and the stark but colorful
objects - gas station etc - while applying a richly colored gamma value - black
and white are so often used for starkness that these lively reds and flesh tones
feel bracing and come as a surprise
Larkworthy Antfarm: An unorthodox film: the line between virtual
reality and something more is clearly crossed here. Quan's real feelings are a
part of the accidental work. Are you pinning our poor avatars like butterflies
into a specimen box? Or are you just dragging us out of our coccoons?
Mario Zecca: Well Done, reminded
me of Peter Greenaway in some ways.
Lemonodo Oh: Loved your
new movie, Saveme. It helps make sense
of Janet Cardiff's tours. She said of
her work somewhere, the one where there was a breakthrough back in the 90s,
that it became bigger than she intended.
The same can be said of these recent movies. I think your
cinmatography is awesome as an interpretation, particular, very particular, and
accurate, just wonderful what looks to me like a huge amount of work
Petula Clark had issues with the bad Karaoke? Other than that it’s quite a
fascinating movie and very well spoken by “Janet” I assume? Love the different
sets almost Daliesque (is that a word?).
You do art thats what i know
Zev Tiefenbach: Hi
SaveMe Oh, I'm writing from the studio of Janet Cardiff and George Bures
Miller. Janet came across your recent trilogy today and was really impressed
with your work.
2sense Productions: Especially struck by
the trans figure singing the countertenor, that really hit me for some reason -
I'm glad you explore such arresting visuals with Cardiff, I had never heard of
LaPiscean Liberty: Audio very
well sync to the ride. well done.
riding togs, camera angles and the bouncier equestrienne animations left an
erotic impression. I'd like to watch a TV excerpt in which Herr Ed wiggles his
mandible and snorts jokes in German.
Mirja Bonetto:Eat it
or love it