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Man Ray, Fernand Leger & Marcel Duchamp, 1923 1929

Dada and Surrealism – two leading art movements in the first decades of the last century – radically revolutionized the way we think about art. Both opened up new opportunities for creative processes: Dadaism by reinterpreting everyday objects, focusing on the role of chance and questioning conventional aesthetic norms; Surrealism by proposing new ways of understanding reality and broadening the …

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Ryoji Ikeda | data.path

Born in 1966, the japanese Ryoji Ikeda started working in the world of music, a field that he would soon face up to the computer and from which he would jump towards visual creation and the multidisciplinary use of very varied artistic techniques, such as performance and the installation. Self-taught, he achieved with his technique an extremely precise aesthetic, to open …

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Saul Bass | Famous title sequences from Preminger to Scorsese

Some of the most remarkable opening titles designed by Saul Bass, sometimes in collaboration with his wife Elaine Bass. From “The Man with the Golden Arm” (1955) to “Casino” (1995), this video represents a substantial part of his creative legacy in chronological order. A NOTE ON COPYRIGHT: My only purpose in creating this video was to share these sequences with …

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Ray Cathode | Waltz in Orbit

B-side to the 7″ vinyl single ‘Time Beat’ by Ray Cathode (1962, Parlophone, UK) Cat#: R 4901 Written by B.B.C. Radiophonics Produced by George Martin “Waltz In Orbit” was written especially for this release. It was credited to the pseudonym “Ray Cathode”, actually Maddalena Fagandini and future Beatles producer George Martin. Fagandini worked at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. The single …

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