Zeros and Ones- Existentialism, Innovation and the ZERO Network

“I AM NOT A NUMBER!” ~The Prisoner, 1967 It’s funny where your mind goes when you see a piece of art.  The Guggenheim featured some incredible images of “White Balloon” by the late Otto Piene. The piece is installed in the Guggenheim’s rotunda as part of “Zero: Countdown to Tomorrow”, the museum’s latest exhibition exploring the Zero movement.  When I saw White … Continue reading Zeros and Ones- Existentialism, Innovation and the ZERO Network

Beneath the Bronze- “Little Dancer” Comes to Life at the Kennedy Center

Edgar Degas’ love for the ballet is prominently featured in his body of work and one of his most iconic works is “The Little Fourteen Year Old Dancer”.  This piece has been reproduced in all mediums and has served as an artistic inspiration for artists and dancers around the world. The Kennedy Center will bring the story behind Little Dancer … Continue reading Beneath the Bronze- “Little Dancer” Comes to Life at the Kennedy Center