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Press |
Nov, 2012

Music of change – Chennie Huang on french artist Caecilia Tripp.

"On Thursday I received a surprise invitation from Muriel Quancard, founder of OPUS and Quancard Contemporary Art to a very special film screening at Residency Unlimited (RU). The film was called Music for (prepared) bicycles (after John Cage & Marcel Duchamp) / Part One : Bombay by French artist Caecilia Tripp. In collaboration with Clark House Initiative Bombay, the film was made as a tribute to John Cage while taking his 1952 composition 4'33" as a departure point to explore different ideas of musicianship, audience and sound. Simultaneously, the film also paid tribute to Marcel Duchamp and to one of his first readymade pieces- Bicycle Wheel."


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