Berchert’s kinetic readymades

Alexander Berchert refers to the continuously moving ball in his piece Limbo 2012 as the poor guy. Berchert takes the ready-made genre of art, used and sensationalized in Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain 1917, and infuses it with movement. Today we do not ask if Berchert’s work is art, like we did of Duchamp’s Fountain, because of its kinetic nature, it amuses and entertains us. Limbo 2012 in particular is infused with something else. And what could that be; poetry, allegory or philosophical pondering? Visit Berchert’s website for more of his visions in motion.


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