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March 27, 2003 11:06 AM   Subscribe

Friday Thursday Flash Fun Art. Suspended Gardens 2 allows you to plant virtual flowers in Iraq. You can customize your flower and include a message. As Metafilterarians like to state their opinions, do not miss this opportunity. [more inside]
posted by MzB (3 comments total)

 
The idea of real time art (vs. breaking news commentary) intrigues me. From the manifest:

Suspended Gardens 2, an interactive project by Alex Dragulescu [full disclosure: Alex is a friend of mine], is a metaphor that references history, borrows meanings from contemporary culture, and offers a political commentary in a subtle, playful way. It is a hybrid between an interactive Flash game, a messageboard and a simulation system rendered relevant by the current conflict ... How ironic that the technological platform that makes this project possible is an offspring of military research.
posted by MzB at 11:06 AM on March 27, 2003


"just a few more bombs and you're all free! are you excited?"
posted by mcsweetie at 11:12 AM on March 27, 2003


CAUSA BELLUM: This species does not need water or sunlight to grow. A single Causa Bellum plant has a total of 300 km of deep roots desperately seeking after one element: oil.

Wow, allegorical plants. God does have a sense of humor.
posted by Ufez Jones at 11:15 AM on March 27, 2003


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