Earlier this year, I wrote about getting involved in creating pieces of art to raise awareness of neurological conditions. I have made one for epilepsy and acute central nervous system injury. More recently I was contacted by a former colleague, who asked me to create a jewelry piece to portray dyslexia. Continue Reading
After hurricane Irma, Florida might have a greater risk of spreading infection. More specifically, brain-eating amoebas are more likely to thrive in the stagnant water.
These microbes can enter the body through the nose and reach the brain within a few days. There, they begin their feast, which in most cases is fatal.
This work in progress depicts an entry through which the parasite ingests its food – brain tissue. The piece will evolve to include other elements of this tragic event. Stay tuned!
Last weekend, I attended the Eifman ballet in New York City Theater – “Tchaikovsky: The Mystery of Life and Death”. Unlike the vast majority of ballets I have seen before, that are centered around a fictional story such as the “Nutcracker” or “Swan Lake”, this production was quite different. It was an outsider’s view of the inner world of the great Russian composer.