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Re: urinal and duchamp
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- Subject: Re: urinal and duchamp
- From: Charles Alexander <chax@THERIVER.COM>
- Date: Fri, 6 Mar 1998 10:26:24 -0700
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cheers to Jennifer, and, of ourse, to duchamp!
> and if this was the thought process, and he was the first to do
>such a thing--he was a genius (at least I think so)...then it is art...at
>least to me...because it's more than just the urninal..it is the entire
>process...at least in this case...and at the time in art history when this
>occurred....Art can take on many forms.
>In Duchamp's case, he himself, as an individual, was a work of art.
>just my opinion,
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