Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

Marcel Duchamp, “Fresh Widow” 1, (1920) Marcel Duchamp, “Fresh Widow” 2, (1920) The innocently ironic syntagma “fresh widow” includes contradiction and even controversy. It’s at least tactless to call a widow who just lost her husband a freshly widowed woman. The grief connected with a fact of finding oneself deprived of the spouse conventionally demands […]

M. Duchamp, “With My Tongue in My Cheek”, 1959 The especially puzzling in the impression from Duchamp’s profile in his “With My Tongue in My Cheeks” is the visual “incompatibility” between his forehead, eyes and nose on the one hand and his cheek-and-chin which swallowed his tongue and is keeping it locked there in order […]

The Artist’s Comically “Subversive” Interpretation Of Adam-And-Eve Parable M. Duchamp, “Paradise, Adam and Eve”, 1910 Paradise, according to Duchamp, is not only a spacious place full of flora and fauna’s fertility, and a God’s abode. It is a giant dark and light interior/exterior, where top of the forest is an open roof and the tree […]

  

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