Micro​-​Cinematic Essays on the Life and Work of Marcel Duchamp dba Conceptual Parts, Ink

by Mark Amerika & Chad Mossholder

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  • THIS WORK IS AVAILABLE IN A LIMITED EDITION OF EIGHT (A VERTICAL INFINITY SIGN).

    COLLECTORS RECEIVE A CUSTOMIZED CD THAT INCLUDES THE ORIGINAL 19 TRACKS FROM THE ALBUM + A UNIQUE JUST-FOR-YOU CUSTOMIZED 20TH TRACK +A LIMITED EDITION DIGITAL PRINT OF THE "ALBUM COVER ART" SIGNED BY ARTIST MARK AMERIKA + A CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP.

    "Micro-Cinematic Essays on the Life and Work of Marcel Duchamp" is in the exhibition "Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art" at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. The exhibition runs from October 12, 2012 through February 3, 2012 and will travel to the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto in June 2013 and The Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan in Fall 2013.

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    Micro-Cinematic Essays on the Life and Work of Marcel Duchamp dba Conceptual Parts, Ink" is a collaborative "conceptual art" album featuring the writing and vocals of Mark Amerika and the sound design of electronic music composer Chad Mossholder. The work consists of nineteen experimental tracks that the artists refer to as "close readings" that focus on the work, language, notes, and influence of Marcel Duchamp on contemporary forms of remix practice. An exploration into glitch, microtonality, and the spectral analysis of recorded voices over time, Mossholder and Amerika surgically alter the aesthetic frequency of what is often referred to as "the artist's voice" and, in the process, challenge us to rethink the interrelationship between critical writing and critical listening.

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released 08 November 2012

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