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Monday, April 11, 2011

Hox Vox - Marcel Duchamp (2010)


Anonymous said...

thank you so much for this great post that has introduced me to the work of Gianluca Missero (aka Hox)! I love Dadaism because it seems so random on the surface yet makes you dive deeper into and behind every piece of collage or readymade. I've always thought the best art was the one that stirred your mind/thoughts not just your heart.

Zer0_II said...

@Anonymous: Thank you for the feedback. I'm glad you enjoyed the video, and I hope that you enjoy the album by Hox that I plan to post next. If you enjoy Dada, you should also enjoy a series of posts I plan to make in the near future. I was planning on sharing several early 20th century albums from artists in the early avant-garde movements, such as dada, futurism, etc. I am going to share music from a few independent artists/labels, and then I plan to move on to the early 20th century avant-garde material. I hope you will still be around then to see it. Thank you once again and take care.

Anonymous said...

Hey Zer0_II

This is JayBeck from Audio Oddities. I got your message on my blog and I sent you an email