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Marcel Duchamp

Rotorelief 2 (Optical Disks)

Rotorelief 2 (Optical Disks), Marcel Duchamp
Rotorelief 2 (Optical Disks), zoomed in
20 cmRotorelief 2 (Optical Disks) scale comparison20 cm
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Rotorelief 2 (Optical Disks) is a Lithography Print created by Marcel Duchamp in 1935. It lives at the MOMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and. Source

One of six plates designed by Marcel Duchamp for his Rotary Demisphere — a spinning device that creates optical illusions.

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