Tag Archives: Ernesto Neto

On Slowness – In Art, Pizza, Weather, and Literature

I’ve been thinking a lot about slowness. The heat wave that has enveloped New York probably has something to do with it. Everything and everyone is moving a bit more slowly and heavily through the thick air. But over the … Continue reading

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Another Year, Another Wrap-Up

Batsheva Dance Company in Ohad Naharin’s MAX, photo by Gadi Dagon It has been an eventful year for dance, and at times, a sad one.  We lost Merce Cunningham, Pina Bausch, and Michael Jackson, many companies folded or laid off … Continue reading

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Shen Wei Dance Responds to Anthropodino

Ernesto Neto’s interactive installation anthropodino, currently on display at the Park Avenue Armory, is a massive sensual playground that invites viewers to touch the various fabrics, lie down on a large purple beanbag, walk through the womb-like structure, and smell … Continue reading

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Ernesto Neto’s Spicy, Sensual, Interactive Art

Stretching 192 feet long by 122 wide, anthropodino creates a womb-like space that is wonderfully sensual and sophisticated while simultaneously evoking innocence and a return to childhood. Continue reading

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