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2018-11-20T21:09:10.000Z
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Video Title:
Call It a Little Game between ‘I’ and ‘Me’: Mar/Cel Duchamp in the Wilson-Lincoln System
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New Perspectives on Portraiture: “Call It a Little Game between ‘I’ and ‘Me’: Mar/Cel Duchamp in the Wilson-Lincoln System” by Anne Collins Goodyear From the Edgar P. Richardson Symposium: New Perspectives on Portraiture at the National Portrait Gallery, Sept. 20, and Sept. 21, 2018 Day 2, Session 4: Theatricality, Performativity, and Play Anne Collins Goodyear Co-Director, Bowdin College Museum of Art “Call It a Little Game between ‘I’ and ‘Me’: Mar/Cel Duchamp in the Wilson-Lincoln System” Through the lens of the Wilson-Lincoln System, Dr. Goodyear analyzes the toggling relationship between intention and interpretation. Ultimately, it is in the hands (or eyes) of the spectator to divine meaning in an artwork. “Call It a Little Game between ‘I’ and ‘Me’: Mar/Cel Duchamp in the Wilson-Lincoln System” examines this through Duchamp’s seminal work, The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even and exemplifies how the artist conceptualized a relationship with his future audience, even as he relinquished control of his work.
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27 min 50 sec
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