Infrathin & Infrareal: The Latin Legacy of Marcel Duchamp
By Scott Martin
posted: 02-04-10
The Unhappy Readymade
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Taking Chilean writer Roberto Bolano's acclaimed novel 2666 as a starting point, the poet Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle hunts the legacy of Marcel Duchamp from readymade through the large glass in a tactical meditation on a few scattered references to the Duchampian category of the "infra-thin." (Naturally, there are several additional references to the "infra-thin" [infra-mince] lurking in unexpected places, but such is the nature of a quality that exists only by example, not as a noun but as an adjective.)


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