1. Biologist-turned-painter Ann Adams’ Unraveling Bolero is a beautifully dizzying array of repeated patterns and colors, just like the orchestral Maurice Ravel piece for which it’s cleverly named. Little did either know that their respective works of art were early symptoms of a deadly disease.
Hear the fascinating story on WNYC’s Radiolab.

    Biologist-turned-painter Ann Adams’ Unraveling Bolero is a beautifully dizzying array of repeated patterns and colors, just like the orchestral Maurice Ravel piece for which it’s cleverly named. Little did either know that their respective works of art were early symptoms of a deadly disease.

    Hear the fascinating story on WNYC’s Radiolab.