Abandoned Virtual Monuments as Heritage?

How much more Post-Modern can we get?

Cultural Heritage of Second Life Threatened by Destruction! Art Project appeals to UNESCO

After a five-month expedition through abandoned sectors of Second Life, a group of literary explorers has returned safely to First Life. On the-last-days-of-second-life.de they introduce i.e. the recently deleted island of the News-Agency Reuters. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  

Mass Cyber DemonstrationFeb 18, 2010 – After a five-month expedition through abandoned sectors of Second Life, the group of literary explorers “The Last Days of Second Life” has returned safely to First Life. In roughly 30 individual reports, the explorers are describing how the early avatars might have lived in the now deserted zones. Their presentations include descriptions of prehistoric objects from the beta-phase of Second Life; they introduce islands that were completely forgotten (i.e. the recently deleted island of the First-Life-News-Agency Reuters) and point to antique objects that are acutely threatened with destruction… 
 

Read more here and see http://movement-for-account-corpses.de/

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