Friday, April 29, 2005

The Buckminster Fuller Institute

No one interested in ideas can avoid the great Bucky, who is often cited as being the father of the Holistic Movement. Aside from his Harvard and New England connections, he was among the throng of genius pullulating in the mountains of North Carolina, back when Black Mountain College was in its heyday. Others present were John Cage, Josef Albers, Robert Creeley, Rauchenberg, Merce Cunningham, and other pivotal figures in art and the history of ideas.