Duchamp, ese batutão, meu bisavovô, também gostava de se vestir de MULHER Sr. Schilling
esta obra aqui, é assinada por ELA
Why not sneeze, Rrose Sélavy?, Marcel Duchamp, ready-made, 1921, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Filadélfia, E.U.A.
E vou te dizer Sr. Schilling que meu bisa pensou muito bem em escolher aquele urinol. Tanto tempo ja passou e ele ainda fede no seu narizinho! (eufemiiiismooooo). Sim Sr., o mijo do bisa acabou se misturado com o sangue da cultura, deformando tudo, dando terreno pra outros monstros nascerem, como eu.
(e eu tmbm gosto de me vestir de mulher seu Schiller, como meu bisa
e fiz uma homenagem pra ele)
CEST LA VIE! (NOT ART)
Para completar uma wikadinha. Olha seo o comentário do BRETON! TRIQUE TRIQUE-ROLIMÃ
Why Not Sneeze, Rose Sélavy?
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Duchamp made the piece as a birdcage containing a thermometer, a piece of cuttlebone and 151 marble cubes. He crafted the cubes to look like sugar cubes. Only when lifting the cage does it become clear that it is much heavier than it would be if the cubes were made of sugar.
About the sculpture, Duchamp said:
- It is a Readymade in which the sugar is changed to marble. It is sort of a mythological effect.
André Breton wrote about Why not Sneeze, Rose Sélavy?:
- I have in mind the occasion when Marcel Duchamp got hold of some friends to show them a cage which seemed to have no birds in it, but to be half-full of lumps of sugar. He asked them to lift the cage and they were surprised at its heaviness. What they had taken for lumps of sugar were really small lumps of marble which at great expense Duchamp had had sawn up specially for the purpose. The trick in my opinion is no worse than any other, and I would even say that it is worth nearly all the tricks of art put together.