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Playing Chess With Marcel Ducham - Photobook

Playing Chess With Marcel Ducham - Photobook

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Playing Chess with Marcel Ducham is a poem dedicated to Marcel Duchamp. Using chess and experimental forms we present a poem of nonsensical gibberish that explores the rhythm of language through the moment and movement of two great minds locked in a puzzle. These poems appeal to the aureate sounds upon the ear and the repetition of the words in their act of play open up new experiences to the eye. Retinal to the last move, this poem neither wins nor looses, its endgame concludes in a draw.
Playing Chess with Marcel Ducham is a poem dedicated to Marcel Duchamp. Using chess and experimental forms we present a poem of nonsensical gibberish that explores the rhythm of language through the moment and movement of two great minds locked in a puzzle. These poems appeal to the aureate sounds upon the ear and the repetition of the words in their act of play open up new experiences to the eye. Retinal to the last move, this poem neither wins nor looses, its endgame concludes in a draw.

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Published by: BlazeVOX [books] on May 22, 2013
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Playing Chess with MarcelDucham is a poem dedicated toMarcel Duchamp. Using chess andexperimental forms we present apoem of nonsensical gibberish thatexplores the rhythm of languagethrough the moment andmovement of two great mindslocked in a puzzle. These poemsappeal to the aureate sounds uponthe ear and the repetition of the words in their act of play open upnew experiences to the eye. Retinalto the last move, this poem neither wins nor looses, its endgameconcludes in a draw.
 A Dada Chessboard Poem

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