• El Límite Soñado: Arquitecturas De Vidrio No Construidas, Reflexiones Desde El Siglo XXI: Las Vanguardias Artísticas [Spanish]

    • Nadal, Daniel Huertas    04/01/03

    Valores semánticos del vidrio. 1.1 Sobre Duchamp: La circularidad de la mirada. 1.2 El rden de la materia: A propósito de Robert Smithson. 1.3 La rtrofia del límite en Dan Graham. Valores semánticos del vidrio La aparición del vidrio en el panorama de la producción arquitectónica se sumó a la introducción en los procesos constructivos de

  • Jarry = Duchamp

    • Herdegen, Raymond J.    01/01/02

    click to enlarge Figure 1. Anonymous Woodcut of Jesus' feet 1. Jarry "La Passion: Les Clous du Seigneur". 2. Duchamp "Sculpture-morte" click to enlarge Figure 2. Marcel Duchamp Torture-Morte 1959 Painted plaster and flies, on paper mounted on wood, 11 5/8 x 5 5/16 x2 3/16 inches (29.5 x 13.4 x10.3 cm) Illustration to Alfred Jarry's article

  • Duchamp et Jarry ou l’inverse [French]

    • van der Velden, Bastiaan    01/01/02

    Vous ne trouvez ci-après que les lieus où ont été trouvées les citations.Il est à vous de construire les relations--clairement objectives - entre les citations, comme pour le jeu des sept familles. CITATION I 'Pourquoi chacun affirme-t-il que la forme d'une montre est ronde, ce qui est manifestement faux, puisqu'on lui voit de profil une fi

  • A Note on Duchamp/Saussure and the Mysterious Sign of Accordance

    • Harvey, Glenn    01/01/02

    The Large Glass, on the evidence of Marcel Duchamp's own notes from The Green Box, is the result of an attempt at a kind of pataphysical proof.Duchamp is looking to demonstrate that it is possible to isolate what he calls in his notes--"the sign of accordance"(1)(quite specifically). This is ultimately Duchamp's aim and the test of whether his sci

  • A Note on Linda Dalrymple Henderson’s “Duchamp in Context” (Niceron, Leonardo, Poincaré & Marcel Duchamp)

    • Phillips, Timothy A.    01/01/02

    Click to enlarge Figure 1 Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Duchamp in Context: Science and Technology in the Large Glass and Related Works, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998) Figure 2 Portrait of Jean Francois Niceron (1613-46), 1646 Figure 3 Marcel Duchamp, Cover for A l'infinitif [a.k.a. The Whit

  • Involuntary Muscular Action as an Untapped Energy Source: An Invention by Leonardo da Vinci and Marcel Duchamp

    • Shambroom, Donald    12/01/00

    (The following example of Marcel Duchamp's encounter with the mind of Leonardo da Vinci is exerpted from a longer essay. Duchamp discovered Leonardo's anatomical writings and drawings, through photogravure reproductions, in the Bibliothèque Sainte Géneviève in Paris, first as a curious visitor in 1910, then as a professional librarian with a g

  • A Pun Among Friends

    • Gerrard, Steven B.    12/01/00

    click to enlarge Marcel Duchamp,Note 224, from Paul Matisse, Marcel Duchamp: Notes, 1980 © 2000 Succession Marcel Duchamp, ARS, N.Y./ADAGP, Paris. click to enlarge Francis Picabia, Cover of Litterature, No. 7 (1 December, 1922) Marcel Duchamp's teammate (1)Francis Picabia illustrated Duchamp's lits-et-rature (2) pun for the cover of Litter

  • Marcel Duchamp in 1962

    • LaPelle, Rodger    12/01/00

    Early in 1962 Marcel Duchamp visited the students at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. I had seen his works at the Philadelphia Museum of Art when I was 12 years old and taking classes there. Now Marcel come into each studio and viewed our works. I was doing a series of "Housewives" entangled with shower nozzles, toilets, irons