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Vera List Center for Art and Politics audiovisual collection event recordings (ONGOING)Considering Joseph Beuys ➔ Considering Joseph Beuys Conference "Beuys, Warhol and Duchamp" Panel

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Considering Joseph Beuys

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Vera List Center for Art and Politics (sponsoring body)
Joseph Beuys (subject)
Andy Warhol (subject)
Marcel Duchamp (subject)
Ronald Feldman (moderator)
Mason Klein (panelist)
Molly Nesbit (panelist)
Donna M. De Salvo (panelist)


April 6 1995


This audio recording covers one panel from the Vera List Center-sponsored conference, Considering Joseph Beuys.

Ronald Feldman moderates a panel discussion titled, "Beuys, Warhol and Duchamp," on the similarities and differences between Joseph Beuys, Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol. The panel consists of Mason Klein, Molly Nesbit, and Donna De Salvo. Mason Klein speaks first on the influence of Marcel Duchamp on Beuys's work.

From 21:10 Molly Nesbit speaks, also on the influence of Duchamp on Beuys and the idea of "silence" as expressed in the Beuys quote, "the silence of Marcel Duchamp is overrated." She also speaks on Duchamp's influence on Warhol.

From 37:20 Donna De Salvo speaks on the relationship between Beuys and Warhol. De Salvo continues on to Side B. De Salvo finishes speaking at 5:23 on Side B, and Ronald Feldman speaks on his memories of Beuys. He concludes at 26:35, opening the panel for questions.


Beuys 0101 (404) / 4.6.95 #3;BEUYS 4.6.95 404 #4

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