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2.5 mil for something to piss in

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by OMARNYCAKASW1, May 10, 2002.


    OMARNYCAKASW1 Senior Member

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  2. dai

    dai Senior Member

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    Duchamp sparked a major artistic controversy with his "readymade" creations in the period 1913 to 1920, which included a floating hat rack, a coat rack nailed to the floor, and a bicycle wheel affixed to a kitchen stool.

    Duchamp, originally a Cubist painter, became disillusioned with painting and began to see the artistic potential in everyday objects.

    i'm going to eat a 10 strip of acid, and nail a snot-covered tissue to the end of a pencil, and put a ping pong ball on top...straight dough right there...i'll think that's got some 'artistic potential'.
  3. railroadjerk

    railroadjerk Guest

    ah "fountain"

    this guy turned coatracks into "art"