Marcel Duchamp and The Refusal of Work
“You cannot afford to be a young man who doesn’t do a thing. Who doesn’t work? You can’t live without working, which is a terrible thing. I remember a book called The Right to Be Lazy: that right doesn’t exist now.”
Translated by Joshua David Jordan.
Published by Semiotext(e) / Whitney Biennial, 2014
Design by Hedi El Kholti and Blake Besharian
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