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See Colin Glen's work as part of Site Festival

May 26, 2012 by Kay

Colin Glen has a framed proof of Re   made II available to view at his house in Stroud for the occasion of the Site 2012 Festival until 31st May. Please email colin@colinglen.co.uk to arrange a visit or for more information, visit Colin Glen’s website.

Re   made II – Colin Glen

"The specific object of the Bottlerack was chosen for the print due its significance as Marcel Duchamp's first readymade of 1914, a quotidian object that can still be acquired and used (for drying bottles) - but it is also an iconic image from the history of modern art known principally through its photograph - generally representing the move from the hand-made artwork to that in which ideas are more important.

Incidentally, the title Re   made takes the word 'readymade' and removes three letters to be instead about reproduction, but with something missing. In the process of titling the prints in 2H pencil you can see a ghost images of the letters which have been 'removed'."

Colin Glen