The biennial Zero One festival — subtitled “Build Your Own World” this year — will sprawl throughout downtown San Jose (and elsewhere in the Bay Area) over the next few weeks, bringing its high tech meets art vibe to numerous venues and to city streets. Although the main events are Sept. 16-19, exhibits related to Zero One are already in place at the San Jose Museum of Art (“Retro-Tech”), the Institute of Contemporary Art (artist Bernie Lubell’s “Interactive Wood Machines”) and the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles (“TECHstyle SoftWEAR”). Other installations — such as Luke Jerram’s “Play Me, I’m Yours,” which puts playable pianos in unexpected public places — will be up and running shortly.
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Ariel’s parents have dedicated themselves to helping her reach those goals, spending upward of $40,000 a year on her game. One of the biggest expenses has been a live-in practice player imported to San Jose from China, what Feth refers to as her “24/7 sparring partner.” Originally, it was a Chinese girl, but in recent years her pingpong au pair has been an adult male. So thoroughly American that she is named after Disney’s “Little Mermaid,” Ariel is among the vanguard of Chinese immigrants’ offspring who are vanquishing the stereotype of Asian kids as study nerds and mathletes. Her father, a software engineer from Taiwan, and her mother, a hardware engineer from mainland China’s Henan province, have allowed Ariel to focus on table tennis while taking independent study classes at school. “For her, table tennis is a career,” Feth says.
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Next up were Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani, who recovered from terrible scores last week by doing a quickstep and doing it very well. Leah looked relaxed and confident for once. Carrie Ann said, “That might be the biggest turnaround that I have even seen.” Len said it was like chutes and ladders — way down and then way up, and Bruno said it was like “another Leah” and praised her “personal assistant” at rehearsal — Jennifer Lopez. Brant Daugherty and Peta Murgatroyd performed a tango that was better than Bill and Emma’s, by far. Len said it had no gimmicks and was “like a glass of dry white wine: sharp, crisp and absolutely corking!” Bruno pointed out that Brant lost his balance a couple of times, especially at the very last moment, but he loved to see Brant’s range. Carrie Ann said it was incredible for technique but then compared Brant to a Ken doll and meant it as a compliment, I think. Huh?.