Duchamp’s Nude Descending Staircase

WHATCH Anhttps:/A4Nrayoutube.comiwatch?v=Q1KBYRXEBgA1nnThe pain” rel=”nofollow”>intin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Nude Descendin” rel=”nofollow”>ing A Staircase created a sensation when it was exhibited in” rel=”nofollow”>in New York in” rel=”nofollow”>in February 1913 at the historic Armory Show of contemporary art, where perplexed Americans saw it as representin” rel=”nofollow”>ing all the tricks they felt European artists were playin” rel=”nofollow”>ing at their expense. The pictures outrageousness surely lay in” rel=”nofollow”>in its seemin” rel=”nofollow”>ingly mechanical portrayal of a subject at once so sensual and time-honored. The Nudes destin” rel=”nofollow”>iny as a symbol also stemmed from its remarkable aggregation of avant-garde concerns: the birth of cin” rel=”nofollow”>inema; the CubistsV fracturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of form; the FuturistV depiction of movement; the chromophotography of Etienne-Jules Marey, Eadweard Muybridge, and Thomas Eakin” rel=”nofollow”>ins; and the redefin” rel=”nofollow”>initions of time and space by scientists and philosophers.
Lookin” rel=”nofollow”>ing at this image, can you see a correlation between the image and todayl’s modern cin” rel=”nofollow”>inema? Why does the artist use this specific color palette and how do these simple, but highly mechanized shapes stand in” rel=”nofollow”>in for the human form?

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