I’ve been participating in thought leadership discussions these days and they’ve been immensely productive and awesome, and there are many amazing, visionary, and progressive people I get to meet on a regular basis, but I’ve also observed that there’s been a regular sub- current present in conversations that takes the form of low-key shitting on of millennials; there are founders, CEOs, and other leaders that appear to want to discuss everything from Generation Millenial’s lack of work ethic to their overly aspirational or vulnerable selves, and this mainly from Gen Xers and Baby Boomers (1. Surprisingly from Gen X people … Continue reading On Generational Tension & Millenials
An honest reflection from me to you. Continue reading Some Experiences of 2018 and Goals for 2019
Chris and I go on a lengthy art gallery hop through Chelsea, and I’d have to say this was our favorite pit-stop: David Zwirner Gallery, a stellar power house. We had to gulp down our cappuccinos. Continue reading David Zwirner Gallery: Endless Enigma: 8 Centuries of Fantastic Art
(written, but unpublished from August 23, 2017, age 24) The Dreamers is not for the sexually faint of heart, but it is truly a story to behold. The lines that stayed with me: “One of us, one of us!” … Continue reading The Dreamers, a story of denial, withdrawal, and sexuality– how French.
Photos from my first visit to Palais de Tokyo with Cédric.
Inspiration through things not entirely understood. Continue reading Palais de Tokyo, August 3, 2018
In good humor, I ask myself, “would I have survived in this environment of intense scrutiny?” Continue reading Youth and Beauty Culture In Seoul
A New Yorker’s recommended spots in Wynwood, Miami.
“You can kind of see the psychedelics and their tendencies”…. an installation and tribute to F-U-N Continue reading Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983
Compiled by Professor Lampo Leong, Ph.D, University of Missouri.
For use by those are self-taught art enthusiasts like me. Continue reading Basic Principles of Color Theory
An artist to watch: check out Toyin Ojih Odutola’s upcoming exhibit, To Wander Determined, at The Whitney Museum of American Art. Continue reading Saying Something: Toyin Ojih Odutola
An ode to the broken and beautiful: A visual manifesto in healing of trauma. Continue reading Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings
“Inside the ‘buzzing, blooming chaos’ of a brilliant mind at work…. is madness.”
Case in Point: A rather engaging short film directed by the Jullien Brothers Continue reading Jean Jullien and the Allure of Abstraction
Consider this: What if one could augment functionalities of the brain so that he/she could wield powers akin to that of Gandalf the Grey, Sauron, or Tony Stark, or… all of them? What’s crazy is this stuff is truer to reality than fiction. Continue reading Expanding Boundaries of the Mind: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality with Elon Musk and the Sundance Film Festival