This is a backlog episode that we decided to release in conjunction with the Duchamp episode released recently. Beatrice Wood was a muse and collaborator of Marcel Duchamp and Henri-Pierre Roche. This episode is primarily about her relationship with the Avant Garde movement, specifically Dada. And honestly what it was like being a fun and cool woman in the early 1900s. 1:30 Who is Beatrice Wood? 3:00 She trembled at Manet... 6:50 Edgard Varese (the man with the broken leg) 8:30 Blind Man Magazine 9:00 Roche’s entrance 13:25 Un Peu D'eau dans du savon 15:15 Roche's exit 16:30 Vaudeville 17:20 The man who falls off tables 18:20 If I am killed, Paul has done it 18:50 Reginald Pole 20:50 Have you ever had a one night stand where you brushed a stranger’s teeth? 22:40 Byron fell out of love when he saw the woman he loves eating 25:00 Beatrice talks about her pottery 27:00 I Shock Myself 28:00 Rose DeWitt
04/25/17 • 30 min
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