Marcel Duchamp – Rotoreliefs No. 1 Corolles
Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was a French-American painter, sculptor and writer whose work is associated with Dadaism and conceptual art.
"In 1920 Duchamps special interest in motion and optical effects resulted in, what he called, ‘rotoreliefs’:  cardboard discs, printed with patterns creating an illusion of a 3D (spatial) object when turning around on a ‘phonograph’ (record player) and especially for the rotorelief designed machines. Abstract figures, but also objects such as a champagne glass or an egg-cup with an egg etc. where the ‘motives’ on these discs." www.abandon.nl/opical3.htm

Marcel Duchamp – Rotoreliefs No. 1 Corolles

Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was a French-American painter, sculptor and writer whose work is associated with Dadaism and conceptual art.

"In 1920 Duchamps special interest in motion and optical effects resulted in, what he called, ‘rotoreliefs’:  cardboard discs, printed with patterns creating an illusion of a 3D (spatial) object when turning around on a ‘phonograph’ (record player) and especially for the rotorelief designed machines. Abstract figures, but also objects such as a champagne glass or an egg-cup with an egg etc. where the ‘motives’ on these discs." www.abandon.nl/opical3.htm