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Duchamp the Art of the Possible


Duchamp: Art of the Possible Feature Documentary written  and directed by Matthew Taylor

USA 2019 Documentary 89 minutes

Duchamp: Art of the Possible is a feature documentary that explores the life, art, and philosophy of the 20th century’s most influential modernists, Marcel Duchamp, and how his work single-handedly changed the course of art, and over time, culture itself.


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Matthew Taylor: filmography

Matthew Taylor is an American artist and technologist who works in film, sculpture, photography, written mediums and performance.

 

Taylor has spent his life struggling with the term “artist” as his interests span a number of industries including data analysis, documentary filmmaking, and city planning, among others. While most would consider Matthew a filmmaker based on the primary medium he chooses to manifest his ideas, he considers himself a sculptor based on the broad definition he prefers.

 

Born in Alexandria, Virginia - outside of Washington D.C. – Taylor’s mother was a New York City fashion photographer and his father was a theologian and painter. These various influences, in addition to an early introduction to the works and ideas of Marcel Duchamp, allowed Matthew to construct his own ideas that led to a large body of works across numerous mediums.

 

Moving from his classical training in painting, drawing, art history and theory, Taylor moved into filmmaking in the late 90’s while still in art school. Starting with short concept films, digital installations, music videos and fashion films, Taylor eventually started making documentaries. 

 

Coming full circle, Matthew directed “Marcel Duchamp: The Art of The Possible”, a feature length documentary on the life and work of Marcel Duchamp, exploring the critical underpinnings of art in the 20th and 21st centuries. After nearly 150 short films, fashion works, ballet and dance pieces, Taylor has recently returned to his fine arts background with a series of new sculpture works due in the near future.

 

Taylor currently lives and works in New York City.

 

Matthew makes many spelling errors and hence cannot write his own bio.

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