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The Ulysses Suite
- Richard Goodwin

Artist Richard Goodwin feasts on the carcass of James Joyce’s epic novel Ulysses.

Marcel Duchamp gave artists the “readymade”. I owe my art practice, at least in part, to this device, which enables me to radically transform the meaning of objects with little or no physical intervention. Thus something can become something else. Duchamp’s masterpiece, The Large Glass is a complex formula, filled with rich metaphors and references to his previous oeuvre, such as Nude Descending a Staircase, 1912.

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