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Hardman; Up Until Recently…

Hardman; Up Until Recently…

“Up until recently life hadn’t been a bed of roses and you’d put up a front, ’cause on the inside you’re feeling empty. The rainbow then shows itself apologising for the bad skies, you’re contented; you’ve got a clear head with clear thoughts, you then rise, and you’re empty vase begins to flourish. We begin … Continue reading

Self Directed Essay: Using Marcel Duchamp’s proposed definition of the spectators’ role in the Creative Act, create a framework to analyse Ken Currie’s development in his approach and thinking process circa 1995, focusing primarily on ‘Three Oncologists’ (2001).

FFAR5002: CRITICAL THEORY 12/13 Tutor: Annabel Frearson Using Marcel Duchamp’s proposed definition of the spectators’ role in the Creative Act, create a framework to analyse Ken Currie’s development in his approach and thinking process circa 1995, focusing primarily on ‘Three Oncologists’ (2001). Anna Milo Arts & Media 15th October 2012 Using Marcel Duchamp’s proposed definition … Continue reading