Wednesday, December 14, 2011

marcel duchamp at jennie richie c15 - ReadyMades Tapes

Side A - The Creative Act - a 1957 spoken word recording of Marcel Duchamp waxing rhetorical about art. The conception, execution, perception, critical interpretation, and prostration of art is brought into question with a hypnotic monologue. If verbose artistic philosophy is yer thing, then you probly already have a poster of the Mona Lisa with a mustache on your wall, and you already know about Marcel's contributions to the Surrealist and Dadaist movements of the early 1900's. If not then you better get digging and start doing your homework.

Side B - The Man Who Suffers - a live recording at jennie richie from Sevilla Spain in 2002. Rumble hum and grinding terror haunt the children in B ward. No one can escape.

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