Checkmate: John Cage and Marcel Duchamp | Prerna Anilkumar

But irrespective, walls were broken. Boundaries were dissolved. Life and art had merged. And no one summed it up better than Lowell Cross himself. In his essay ‘Reunion: John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, Electronic Music and Chess’ he called the event “a public celebration of Cage’s delight in living everyday life as an art form.”

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