Objects Video (DVD) as the name suggests is a video documentary that uses various objects as symbolism to explain everyday things in a new way. This film documentary consists of three parts. Part one shows Marcel Duchamp’s usualy readymade flow, which is Michael Craig-Martin’s refresher titled Oak Tree. Also it shows Rebecca Horn’s "Concert for Anarchy," in which a grand piano is hanging upside-down.
In part two, various objects are used to depict minimalism. Carl Andre’s brick collection known as Equivalent VIII and Cornelia Parker’s "Thirty Pieces of Silver" forming hanging tarns of crushed metalwork are introduced in part two of the video to show minimalism.
Part three of this film documentary is a bit complicated. You will get the clear meaning by listening to the artist himself. But just to let you have a sneak preview; it shows Damien Hirst’s plenty installation Pharmacy—told you it may be hard to understand until you listen to the artist himself.
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