During this live streamed event, We will engage the audience with the some of the technological innovations the production of this screenplay entails, with discussions of Augmented Reality(AR) will feature prominently. If you are around Campus on Sunday, 5/22, please check it out!
Presented by: Harvard Museum of Natural History Admission: The admission is free, but to fully enjoy the event, it will be worthwhile to buy & read the screenplay beforehand, which is available on Amazon.
Abstract: The Invisibles (Formerly: I, Bachelier Invisible Man)
This is the double epic and tragic life story of the unrecognized genius (Louis Bachelier), who, at the turn of the 20th century, laid down the foundations of mathematical finance upon which Wall Street is built, mirrored through the life of a contemporary, as of yet to be recognized "Black Einstein" (K.) of African origin - A Bachelier look-alike, except that he is Black - who, ignored and discarded, at the turn of the 21st century, has led down the mathematical foundations of Risk Management that would have prevented the 2008 crisis, and his travails in France, on Wall Street where most of the action takes place, in China with Flashbacks to Africa.... Read more about ALM Thesis forum presentation of "The Invisibles"
Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street
Presented by: Harvard Art Museums Lecture location: Menschel Hall, Lower Level Video installation on view: May 23-June 6, screening every 20 minutes, beginning at the top of the hour, in the Lightbox Gallery, Level 5. More information>
Elizabeth I is in love with Sir Walter Raleigh, but she loses him to Beth Throgmorton and the New World in Henry Koster’s The Virgin Queen (1955). Bette Davis gives her best performance of the 1950s (following All About Eve) as the aging Elizabeth; but a young, ravishing Joan Collins as Throgmorton steals scene after scene. Inspired by monumental history paintings and group portraits, Koster animates the CinemaScope screen with brilliant colors registered through richly ornamented costumes and contrapposto figures arranged in lavish tableaus.... Read more about Film: The Virgin Queen