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Elevating the Ordinary Narratives on the Everyday. Stage 2/3 Mini-Programme 2 Contextual and Critical Studies Andrea Peach. Elevating the Ordinary www.studioit.org.uk. Programme Outline Lecture / Seminar Notes Assessment Information Etc. . Situating the Everyday. Lecture 1.

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Elevating the OrdinaryNarratives on the Everyday

Stage 2/3

Mini-Programme 2

Contextual and Critical Studies

Andrea Peach

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Elevating the Ordinarywww.studioit.org.uk

Programme Outline

Lecture / Seminar Notes

Assessment Information

Etc.

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Situating the Everyday

Lecture 1

Lecture 1: A Brief History

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Damien Hirst

Holidays/No Feelings 1989

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Sarah Lucas

Au Naturel 1994

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Garry Knox Bennett

Torch light 1996

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Peter van der Jagt (Droog)

Bottoms Up

Doorbell 1994

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Édouard Manet

A Bar at the Folies Bergère, 1882

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Marcel Duchamp

The Ready-made

Fountain 1917

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Pablo Picasso

Cubism

Still Life with Chair Caning

1912

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Pablo Picasso

Cubism

Introduction of everyday

images and objects

Concerned with Epistemology

Challenged the Viewer

Brings together ‘life on street’

and life in studio

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Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)

Cubism

Nude Descending a Staircase (No 2)

1912

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Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)

The Ready-made

Bicycle Wheel 1913

(1964 replica)

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Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)

The Ready-made

… a lovely form has been revealed, freed from its functional purpose, therefore a man clearly has made an aesthetic contribution. Mr Mutt has taken an ordinary object, placed it so its useful significance disappears, and thus has created a new approach to the subject.

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Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)

The Ready-made

… Whether Mr Mutt with his own hands made the fountain or not has no importance. He CHOSE it. He took an ordinary article of life, placed it so that its useful significance disappeared under the new title and point of view - created a new thought for that object.

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Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)

The Ready-made

a manmade object may appear ‘a very trivial thing and easily understood’… But ‘it is, in reality, a very queer thing, abounding in metaphysical subtleties and theological niceties’

Karl Marx (Das Kapital 1867-94)

Bottle Rack 1914

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Man Ray (1890-1976)

The Ready-made

Gift 1921

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Dada

Francis Picabia (1879-1953)

Art is everywhere… except with the dealers of Art, in the temples of Art, like God is everywhere, except in the churches.

Francis Picabia

Francis Picabia - The Cacodylic Eye - 1921

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Dada

Francis Picabia (1879-1953)

Francis Picabia

Portrait of a Young American Girl in the State of Nudity 1915

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Surrealism

Man Ray (1890-1976)

Man Ray - The Enigma of Isidore Duchasse 1920

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Surrealism

Meret Oppenheim

Meret Oppenhiem

Fur Covered Tea Cup, Saucer and Spoon, 1936

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Surrealism

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989)

Salvador Dali

Lobster Telephone, 1936

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Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)

The Uncanny

Heimlich = Homely

Unheimlich = Unhomely

The uncanny is not to be found in the exotic, but in the everyday

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The Everyday

Walter Benjamin (1892-1940)

The revolutionary strength of Dadaism lay in testing art for its authenticity. You made still-lifes out of tickets, spools of cotton, cigarette stubs, and mixed them together with pictorial elements. You put a frame round the whole thing. And in this way you said to the public: look, your picture frame destroys time; the smallest authentic fragment of everyday life says more than painting. Just as a murder’s bloody fingerprint on a page says more than the words printed on it. (1934)