"Second Life," is the title of Lisa Adams' show of new work at CB1 Gallery. The ambiguity between the show's title and the imagery is no coincidence. Second Life is actually the name of an online virtual world, where users, aka avatars, interact with each other in different social settings.
This hauntingly beautiful film is long, nearly three hours, but captivating. It deftly avoids the usual pitfalls and stereotypes of depicting an artist's motivation, soul-searching, life and work. It ends too abruptly, however.
The Arts Section will cover the full range of arts and culture -- from painting to music to theater. By engaging artists, critics and arts writers with all the other Huffington Post conversations -- politics, media, style and more -- I hope to ignite even more sparks among readers.