Matias - 21 - Buenos Aires
a veces un anarquito - me gusta el arte... de masturbarte - hago la contra por costumbre - con la mente y el corazon fuera de mi aunque se me juntan y es un bardo
Background Illustrations provided by: http://edison.rutgers.edu/
Reblogged from ratak-monodosico  7 notas
ratak-monodosico:

Marcel Duchamp
Bicycle Wheel, 1913
FlashBack Friday….Queer Art From the Not So Distant Past
"Subverting traditional or accepted modes of artistic production with irony and satire is a hallmark of Duchamp’s legendary career. His most striking, iconoclastic gesture, the readymade, is arguably the century’s most influential development on artists’ creative process. Duchamp, however, did not perceive his work with readymade objects as such a radical experiment, in part because he viewed paint as an industrially made product, and hence painting as an "assisted-readymade." Moreover, he had already begun to incorporate chance operations into his practice—for example, with 3 Standard Stoppages (1913–14)—and thus had already begun to surrender artistic control and empower other factors to determine the character of a work of art. With Bicycle Wheel (1913), the first readymade, Duchamp moved toward a creative process that was antithetical to artistic skill. He wanted to distance himself from traditional modes of painting in an effort to emphasize the conceptual value of a work of art, seducing the viewer through irony and verbal witticisms rather than relying on technical or aesthetic appeal. The object became a work of art because the artist had decided it would be designated as such. Bicycle Wheel consisted of a fork and the wheel of a common bicycle that rested upon an ordinary stool. The mundane, mass-produced, everyday nature of these objects is precisely why Duchamp chose them (later works would include a snow shovel, a urinal, and a bottlerack, to name a few). As a result, he ensured that the fruits of modern industrial life would be a fertile resource in the production of works of art.”
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/duch/hd_duch.htm

DUCHAMP TIRAME LA GOMA VOS Y TU CONCEPTO DE ARTEARTEARTE

ratak-monodosico:

Marcel Duchamp

Bicycle Wheel, 1913

FlashBack Friday….Queer Art From the Not So Distant Past

"Subverting traditional or accepted modes of artistic production with irony and satire is a hallmark of Duchamp’s legendary career. His most striking, iconoclastic gesture, the readymade, is arguably the century’s most influential development on artists’ creative process. Duchamp, however, did not perceive his work with readymade objects as such a radical experiment, in part because he viewed paint as an industrially made product, and hence painting as an "assisted-readymade." Moreover, he had already begun to incorporate chance operations into his practice—for example, with 3 Standard Stoppages (1913–14)—and thus had already begun to surrender artistic control and empower other factors to determine the character of a work of art. With Bicycle Wheel (1913), the first readymade, Duchamp moved toward a creative process that was antithetical to artistic skill. He wanted to distance himself from traditional modes of painting in an effort to emphasize the conceptual value of a work of art, seducing the viewer through irony and verbal witticisms rather than relying on technical or aesthetic appeal. The object became a work of art because the artist had decided it would be designated as such. Bicycle Wheel consisted of a fork and the wheel of a common bicycle that rested upon an ordinary stool. The mundane, mass-produced, everyday nature of these objects is precisely why Duchamp chose them (later works would include a snow shovel, a urinal, and a bottlerack, to name a few). As a result, he ensured that the fruits of modern industrial life would be a fertile resource in the production of works of art.”

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/duch/hd_duch.htm

DUCHAMP TIRAME LA GOMA VOS Y TU CONCEPTO DE ARTEARTEARTE