The Readymade Century

2017, Oct 12 — 13

Does the term readymade taken by Marcel Duchamp around 1916 for his ‘already made’ works of art need updating in the light of the global and digital transformations of the 21st century? Interpretations of the readymade in art history often concentrate on Duchamp himself. However, during the “readymade century” artistic practices working with the ‘already made’ have expanded enormously, forming a heterogeneous field of (post-)appropriation strategies.

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Readymade Market

Lectures and discussion, Oct 13, 2017 Original version

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Readymade Transcultural

Talks and discussion, Oct 13, 2017 Original version

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Inke Arns: Readymade (Post-)Digital (German)

Talk, Oct 13,2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Annette Bhagwati: Readymade Transcultural (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Kader Attia: Readymade Transcultural (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Sebastian Egenhofer: Readymade Market (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Simon Denny: Readymade Market (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Katja Kwastek: Readymade (Post-)Digital (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Isabelle Graw: Readymade Market (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian

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Sven Lütticken: Readymade Market (German)

Talk, Oct 13, 2017 German translation: Lilian-Astrid Geese & Tanja Barbian