Richard Hamilton: In the Reflection of Marcel Duchamp
by Pascal Goblot, France 2014, 53 '
EDITING: Eloïse Baille, Pascal Goblot    PRODUCER: Olivier Lavielle
SOUND: Jean Noel Yven    PRODUCTION: Le Miroir
MUSIC: Jean Noel Yven    LANGUAGE: English

Schermo dell'Arte - Archivio Film
Presented at Lo Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival 2015 

Richard Hamilton, the father of British Pop Art, has devoted part of his life to the study of a piece by another great 20th century master: Marcel Duchamp, the inventor of “ready-made”. The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even, also known as The Large Glass, is surely among the most complex and enigmatic works by the French artist. Hamilton has examined this work’s every detail in an attempt to render its significance, however complicated. Starting from unreleased interviews, Pascal Goblot’s film explores the exceptional rapport between two of the most influential figures of contemporary art. 
Pascal Goblot
Video-artist, director and writer. His installation Through the Large Glasses was shown in Seconde Main at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 2010. His latest book is Henri Atlan, La philosophie dans l’éprouvette, conversation avec Pascal Gobot (Bayard, 2010). 

Selected Filmography
 2014 L’effet placebo; De l’emotion dans la decision 2010-2012 Ainsi la vie

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