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Tuesday, May 21

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Thursday, October 11

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    ready-made era.
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    This idea is a note that appeared inside of Duchamp’s Green Box. This idea especially illustrates the idea that reciprocal readymades in that it takes a revered work of art and places it into everyday life.
    “Find inscription for the Woolworth building as a readymade.”
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    This is one of Duchamp’s ideas of a reciprocal readymade developed and written down in 1916. This is a perfect example of the fact that readymades cannot be executed; they are solely thoughts and ideas. The Woolworth building one of the tallest buildings in New York, and is an iconic piece of architecture. This piece could be taken offensively, which is common to reciprocal readymades.
    Rectified Readymades
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Sunday, December 5

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    3. http://www.mnstate.edu/gracyk/courses/phil%20of%20art/duchamp2.htm
    4. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/duch/hd_duch.htm
    5. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/3671180/Duchamps-Fountain-The-practical-joke-that-launched-an-artistic-revolution.html
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    Assisted Readymades
    Definition: Assisted Readymades are made by putting two or more readymades together. This takes away their functional use, but adds to the purpose of the two objects. Some readymades moved, and Duchamp was able to use them for amusement, creating meaning from the different pieces and movements. One of his assisted readymades Bicycle Wheel was the first kinetic sculpture, which is a sculpture that features moving parts and a variety of overlapping techniques and styles. An example of this is "With Hidden Noise" which was created in 1916. It was a ball of twine between two brass plates, joined by four screws. An unknown object has been placed in the ball of twine by one of Duchamp's friends.
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    Readymades- EverydayEveryday, unaltered, manufactured goods
    Types of Readymades:
    1. Unaltered ReadymadesFountain (Unaltered Readymades)
    2. Assisted Readymades
    3. Reciprocal Readymades
    4. Rectified Readymades
    Fountain: In 1912, Duchamp once said, "Painting is washed up...I want something where the eye and the hand count for nothing." This is exactly what he created when he released his most famous ready-made, Fountain. Fountain, seen below, is a urinal taken out of its original context and has the phrase, "R.Mutt" written on the bottom left. When he made this piece, Duchamp's main goal was to create a new perspective or thought on the art that the viewer sees. He uses Fountain to get the viewer to expand their thoughts on art. Once the audience gets to a point where, how the art is created is not a problem, then Duchamp has accomplished his goal in changing the viewers perspective. Duchamp went against the norm where you people mainly saw contemporary art. This piece, Fountain, is the pioneer of his ready-made era.
    Unaltered Readymades (VIC)
    Definition:
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    Obviously, we know that Duchamp wanted to go against the norm by introducing this piece of Fountain but, it's a little deeper than that. He criticized other artists art as "retinal art" because it was pleasing to the eye but not necessarily challenging to the mind. Obviously, this piece of art received much criticism as it was initially denied by an art committee when Duchamp sent in his original piece. However, this criticism did not phase or surprise Duchamp because this was the exact reason that he created this piece, to open a new area on viewing art. After making this piece in 1912, Duchamp said, "I want to put art back in the service of the mind." With this piece he challenged his viewers and introduced a mindset of art that would change the way we look at art forever.

    Assisted Readymades
    Definition: Assisted Readymades are made by putting two or more readymades together. This takes away their functional use, but adds to the purpose of the two objects. Some readymades moved, and Duchamp was able to use them for amusement, creating meaning from the different pieces and movements. One of his assisted readymades Bicycle Wheel was the first kinetic sculpture, which is a sculpture that features moving parts and a variety of overlapping techniques and styles. An example of this is "With Hidden Noise" which was created in 1916. It was a ball of twine between two brass plates, joined by four screws. An unknown object has been placed in the ball of twine by one of Duchamp's friends.
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    ready-made, Fountain. Fountain, seen below, is a urinal taken out of its original context and has the phrase, "R.Mutt" written on the bottom left. When he
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    viewer sees. He uses Fountain to get the viewer to expand their thoughts on art. Once the audience gets to a point where, how the art is created is not a problem, then Duchamp has accomplished his goal in changing the viewers perspective. Duchamp went
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    2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readymades_of_Marcel_Duchamp
    3. http://www.mnstate.edu/gracyk/courses/phil%20of%20art/duchamp2.htm
    4. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/duch/hd_duch.htm
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    Unaltered Readymades (Fountain) (VIC)
    2. Assisted Readymades
    3. Reciprocal Readymades
    4. Rectified Readymades
    Fountain: (VIC)In 1912, Duchamp once said, "Painting is washed up...I want something where the eye and the hand count for nothing." This is exactly what he created when he released his most famous ready-made, Fountain. When he made this piece, Duchamp's main goal was to create a new perspective or thought on the art that the viewer sees. Duchamp went against the norm where you people mainly saw contemporary art. This piece, Fountain, is the pioneer of his ready-made era.
    Unaltered Readymades (VIC)
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    Why Not Sneeze, Rose Selavy?, 1921.
    Marble cubes in the shape of sugar lumps with a thermometer and cuttle bones in a small bird cage.
    Reciprocal Readymades
    Definition: Reciprocal readymades set out to blend art with life. Reciprocal readymades come in the form of notes and written ideas, rather than a tangible object. In a sense they take some of the sacredness out of art, the ideas proposed by these readymades may greatly offend some artists. Reciprocal readymades only come in the form of ideas. In this way they are just like many other readymades, reciprocals just can’t be executed.
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    Duchamp's "Pharmacy" rectified readymade.
    Bibliography:
    Unaltered:Unaltered (Fountain):
    1. http://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/2006/dada/techniques/readymades.shtm
    2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readymades_of_Marcel_Duchamp
    3. http://www.mnstate.edu/gracyk/courses/phil%20of%20art/duchamp2.htm
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    2. http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/r/readymade.html
    3. http://www.worldlingo.com/ma/enwiki/en/Readymades_of_Marcel_Duchamp#Types_of_readymades
    4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readymades_of_Marcel_Duchamp#Rectified_readymades
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