Sally Weber uses holographic works, video, sculpture and photography to create experiential environments. She examines ways of knowing inspired by the Archimedes Palimpsest, a 13th century codex in which 10th century Greek translations of Archimedes' geometric proofs were overwritten with Orthodox Christian prayers. Weber is interested in lost and found knowledge, the fundamental elements, alchemy and concepts of infinity. Her exploration of how formative scientific thought and spiritual thought coexist reveals a complicated inquiry into the nature of reality that continues to this day.
Rose is a Rose is a Rose Sponsor & Get Tickets
This year’s Benefit Bash theme, Rose is a Rose is a Rose, is a nod to two early twentieth century artists: writer and art patron Gertrude Stein, who memorialized the phrase in her poem “Sacred Emily,” and Rose Sélavy, artist Marcel Duchamp’s glorious alter ego whose name is a play on the French phrase "arroser la vie," which translates to one of our favorite directives: Make a toast to life!