Many thought it was a far fetched idea and it would never work, but it seems Miltos has once again proven everyone wrong. It was a stunning event. They did not spare any expense for this exhibit. Invitations were sent. The event started at the same time across the world, which made it interesting for those in the Netherlands and watching online across the country.
Chelsea, New York was brimming with so much excitement it was palpable. There were big names that have been participants in Neen's rise as a movement. Yvonne Force, the Producer of the Art Production Fund gave the opening speech. David Placek, President of Lexicon Branding talked about the branding of the name Neen and how it put words to a movement. J.C. Herz, a writer and author of Joystick Nation got the crowd into a frenzy but talking about the amazing art they were about to experience.
Everyone was enjoying the virtual meet up and after about 15 minutes, Miltos wanted to refocus attention on the show, but he was interrupted by a flying car. Anything can happen in Neen, for sure, as a computerized car literally collapsed on the art space in the Netherlands. Apparently the driver had too much of the free champagne that was being served and he destroyed the entire display. There was one injury but that person will be ok. Neen certainly likes to keep things interesting.