Marcel Duchamp: The Creative Act
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The Creative Act
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A luminous text that will set the listener free! This CD is devoted exclusively to and brings some very rare documents, all of which are crucial not only to understand Duchamp’s work but also grasp the rebellious, unconventional, anti-conformist spirit that was . Picasso and Duchamp: these two names span the extraordinary iconoclastic adventure of art in the early 20th century. Picasso, the incessant creativity where everything becomes art and Duchamp, ‘former Cartesian’ underminer of every received idea, Dada before Dada, inventor of the ready made and the Big Glass, cool humorist and debunker, creator of a creative universe, constantly being renewed, and creator of the mysterious person called .
1. the creative act - lecture in Houston, Texas - April 1957
2. some texts from l’infinitif (1912-1920)- lecture in New York, shortly before his death
3. musical erratum (la mariée mise nu par ses célibataires, même) long before John Cage, the first aleotory composition.
4. an interview by George Heard Hamilton recorded in New York (1959)
5. an interview by Richard Hamilton recorded in London (1959)
6. musical erratum (a score for 3 voices) only score written by Duchamp for his 2 sisters