ASRL / PERPETUAL 2014
 
"Symbiotaxiplasm" = Duchamp's "infra-thin" ?
By Thivai Abhor
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View Magazine, special issue, designed by Duchamp included his new concept of the "infra thin"
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"Symbiotaxiplasm is a term conceived by the social science philosopher Arthur Bentley (a contemporary of John Dewey, see Art As Experience) that describes an action of interconnectedness...Perhaps this is something similar to what Marcel Duchamp meant by the infrathinĄ©a poetic term describing the infinitely small difference between two things." ...Source
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Military Avoidance: Marcel Duchamp and the 'Jura-Paris Road'
By Kieran Lyons, The Tate
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Troop Distribution and Positions of the French Army), 1905, Detail of Paris. National Archive, Kew
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"In 1905, the year of this War Office Report on French military resources, Marcel Duchamp was drawn into the 'net' of military conscription that was intended to incorporate every able-bodied twenty-one year old Frenchman into the national effort. Duchamp complied somewhat unwillingly but nevertheless managed to reduce his period of service "

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Marcel Duchamp Video Tribute-- Le Chaterie
By pinkup, iikki
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I have created a short video for the Vector Defenders (Vector Defenders) project, by OnClick studio (OnClick). It is a tribute to the Dada artist Marcel Duchamp's visual experiments, and music has been taken from the album Bailes Vespertinos. To be seen in Motion section at iikki.com ...Source
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Art appreciator
By Agagooga, Balderdash
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"Since the days of Duchamp and warhol, art can be understood in two ways: Art is a way of doing things, art is a way of seeing things." ...Source
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DADA part two: Marcel Duchamp
By Angela, DLC Blog
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"Everyone who hates art, or what art has come to symbolize in 'modern society' today and in history can look to Marcel Duchamp. This of course, is a contradictory statement that Duchamp would not approve of. His questions and art-from his submission of a bicycle wheel as an art piece (which is currently at the MOMA in New York), to his Mona Lisa with a moustache, and the cubist, 'Nude Descending a Staircase,' Duchamp's works are varied, layered, complicated, touching yet humorous."

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