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This past year marked a notable growth spurt for this site – not just in traffic, but in types of content. It was a landmark year, where I introduced more posts and new types of content, including video, art concepts, a children’s story, and much more photography. This is the 2011 snapshot of danielincandela.com. I...
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Title: Anti-Bowling Artist: Daniel Incandela Materials: (1) Bowling Pin, combination of plastic, reactive resin and urethane (10) Bowling Balls, maple wood or plastic Variations of bowling have been around for centuries, dating way back to the Roman Empire, with different interpretations throughout the years, arriving at the 10-pin version people play today. It’s a game...
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A lot of my posts are tagged with the word ‘surrealism’. I’m not shy in expressing my admiration for surrealist work, Salvador Dali and my main man, Andre Breton. But there’s another person I’ve failed to mention thus far, and I’m slightly surprised – Luis Bunuel. A collaborator of Dali, surrealist and Oscar winning filmmaker...
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Yesterday my family and I visited the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Kurt Vonnegut is one of my favorite writers. And it got me thinking about some of his quotes, including one I’ve always appreciated -“I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see...
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I got into the museum field by way of jazz. It’s seems unlikely, but it’s true. And lately, I’ve been thinking about paths and how they lead. Sometimes it’s an experience of a lifetime. Sometimes it’s a tough learning experience. In the case of jazz, it lead to a wonderful journey through the quirky museum...
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