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Part-architecture: the Maison de Verre, Duchamp, domesticity and desire in 1930s Paris / Emma Cheatle

Nomor Panggil 720 CHE p
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Penerbitan London; New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2017
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Sumber Pengatalogan LibUI eng rda
ISBN 9781472471697
Tipe Konten text (rdacontent)
Tipe Media unmediated (rdamedia)
Tipe Carrier volume (rdacarrier)
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Deskripsi Fisik xv, 229 pages : illustration ; 26 cm
Catatan Bibliografi Bibliographies in each chapter
Catatan Seri
Catatan Umum Includes bibliographical references and index
Lembaga Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 2 (Buku Teks)
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Part-Architecture' presents a detailed and original study of Pierre Chareau's Maison de Verre through another seminal modernist artwork, Marcel Duchamp's Large Glass. Aligning the two works materially, historically and conceptually, the book challenges the accepted architectural descriptions of the Maison de Verre, makes original spatial and social accounts of its inhabitation in 1930s Paris, and presents new architectural readings of the Large Glass. Through a rich analysis, which incorporates creative projects into history and theory research, the book establishes new ways of writing about architecture. Designed for politically progressive gynaecologist Dr Jean Dalsace and his avant-garde wife, Annie Dalsace, the Maison de Verre combines a family home with a gynaecology clinic into a 'free-plan' layout. Screened only by glass walls, the presence of the clinic in the home suggests an untold dialogue on 1930s sexuality. The text explores the Maison de Verre through another radical glass construction, the Large Glass, where Duchamp's complex depiction of unconsummated sexual relations across the glass planes reveals his resistance to the marital conventions of 1920s Paris. 0This and other analyses of the Large Glass are used as a framework to examine the Maison de Verre as a register of the changing history of women's domestic and maternal choices, reclaiming the building as a piece of female social architectural history.