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The Greatest Showman - Delain's Spectacular Display of Particles

Check out this amazing video by Akiko Kinoshi which captures Delain Canucci's particle show - The Greatest Showman - in all its glory.

Particles are one of the most dynamic, unique forms of visual performance arts which find prevalence in the world of Second Life. While there are many artists and sometimes even DJs and musicians who use particles to liven up their shows, only a handful of particle artists can claim excellency in this art form.

There can be no doubt that Delain Canucci is one such artist who has created and used particles to the most stunning effect in her shows and builds over the years. Her particle shows are an experience unlike any other and to watch one live is one of the most amazing things one can do in the virtual world.

Her latest show was performed at a special installation built at the ArtCare Gallery on March 30th, 2022 specifically for the event and was attended by a large audience. A mesmerizing array of colors and visuals awaited them.

This incredible video shot by Akiko Kinoshi captures this incredible show for all those who missed it. It is one not to be missed.

A bit about The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman follows the true story of P.T. Barnum’s rise to fame with his circus, though some details are slightly exaggerated. Some of the Characters are fictional and the magic in there is to be speculated. Other than that, though The Greatest Showman sticks to the true story.

This is a story about racism, love, greed, fame and acceptance for who you are.

For those who missed this one/who want to see it again, this particle show will be performed again at Bellisseria on April 16th at 1pm SLT!

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