Technology and the Hermeneutics of Time and Space in Modern and Postmodern Art from Cubism to Installation
~ I L L U S T R A T I O N S ~ pFig.1. Marcel Duchamp Mile of String, Installation of the Exhibition “First Papers of Sur- realism” New York, Oct.14–Nov.7 1942 –View I. Photo: John D. Schiff, Philadelphia Museum of Art: Marcel Duchamp Archive, © 2005, Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York City/ADAGP, Paris, France/Succession Marcel Duchamp. tFig. 2. Yves Klein, Leap into the Void, 1960. © 2005 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York City/ADAGP, Paris. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase The Horace Goldsmith Foundation Gift, 1992. Photo all rights reserved, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. pFigs. 3–4. Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Untitled, Painted polyurethane, Dimensions variable. Installation and Detail Views. March 19–April 1994.Courtesy Sonnabend Gallery, New York City. - 96 - tFig. 5. Lucas Samaras, Room # 1, 1964. Interior view artist's Bedroom. Photograph by Wes Russell, Pace/Wildenstein, New York City © Lucas Samaras, Pace Wildenstein, New York. qFig. 6. Kurt Schwitters, Detail of his Merzbau, Hanover 1920–36 piece, Treppereingang (Staircase Entrance) © 2006 Artists Rights Society, (ARS) NYC, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. - 97 - pFig. 7. Kurt Schwitters, Merzbau - Hanover, 1920–36. Detail: Blaues Fenster (Blue Window) © 2006 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York City/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. - 98 - uFig. 8. Vladimir Tatlin, Model for the Monument for the Third International, 1919. After a lost model made of wood and metal. Pho to :CNAC/MNAM/ Dist, Reunion des Musees Nationaux Art Resource, New York City. qFig. 9. El Lissitsky, A Section of the Room...
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