Spotlight artist rayographs of man ray
Man ray rayograph 1923
Chance effects were important to the Dada artists, and the piece is very much in that spirit, but it also prefigures the Surrealists' interest in revealing the creative power of the unconscious. The third and ongoing era has been marked by a kind of retreat—into specialization, servitude to market forces, and declining moral ambitions.
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Like a mad scientist, Man Ray conducted a multitude of chemical and optical experiments in his darkroom, exploiting the elasticity of light and its unrealized affects on light-sensitive paper.
In the first, the years until World War II, aspirations to scientific exactitude gave wings to the ambitions of a new, self-proclaimed managerial elite. But the object received much attention and disappeared at the end of the opening.
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