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In-text: (Cage et al., 1952)
Your Bibliography: Cage, J., Rauschenberg, R., Cunningham, M., Tudor, D., Oslon, C. and Richards, M. (1952). Theatre Piece No. 1. [Multi-media performance and sound art] North Carolina: Black Mountain College.
In-text: (Duchamp, 1917)
Your Bibliography: Duchamp, M. (1917). Fountain. [Urinal] Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art.
In-text: (Harbisson, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Harbisson, N. (2015). Sonochromatic Record Painting. [Acrylic on vinyl] Saatchi Art.
In-text: (Kaprow, 1959)
Your Bibliography: Kaprow, A. (1959). 18 Happenings in 6 Parts. [A gallery divided into three rooms, semitransparent plastic sheets painted and collaged with references to Kaprow's earlier work, panels with words roughly painted, rows of plastic fruit, artist's hand-lettered instructions and programs, vintage posters, photographs, and videotapes - Photos and archives: Allan Kaprow Archives, the Getty Research Institute] New York: Reuben Gallery.
In-text: (Klein, 1957)
Your Bibliography: Klein, Y. (1957). Blue Monochrome. [Dry pigment in synthetic polymer medium on cotton over plywood] New York: Museum of Modern Art.
In-text: (Klein, 1960)
Your Bibliography: Klein, Y. (1960). Anthropometries of the Blue Period. [Oil on canvas on paper, resin] Marseille, France: Musee Cantini.
In-text: (Maciunas, 1963)
Your Bibliography: Maciunas, G. (1963). Fluxus Manifesto. [Offset lithograph] New York: Museum of Modern Art.
In-text: (Mirza, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Mirza, H. (2015). A Chamber for Horwitz; Sonakinatography Transcriptions in Surround Sound. [Custom audio visual device, LEDs, speakers, foam] London: Lisson Gallery.
In-text: (Nauman, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Nauman, B. (1991). Raw Material with Continuous Shift - MMMM. [Projector, two monitors, two DVD players, two DVDs, two videotapes (colour, sound)] London: Level 4: Artist Rooms, Tate Modern.
In-text: (Ono, 1964)
Your Bibliography: Ono, Y. (1964). Cut Piece. [Body, Clothes, and Scissors (Performance piece)] Tokyo: Sogetsu Art Center.
In-text: (Paik, 1965)
Your Bibliography: Paik, N. (1965). Zen for Film. [16mm film leader (silent)].
In-text: (Pollock, 1949)
Your Bibliography: Pollock, J. (1949). Number 1.. [Enamel and metallic paint on canvas] Los Angeles: MOCA.
In-text: (Rauschenberg, 1951)
Your Bibliography: Rauschenberg, R. (1951). White Painting [four panel]. [Latex house paint applied with a roller and brush on canvas] New York: Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.
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