13 conclusion ii an overview of duchamps playful science and technology in the large glass and related early works from bergsonian cubism to science and invention a continuum of magnetization or of repulsion a review of science technology and self fashioning in duchamps early works the large glass project and the readymades the large glass in the context of early twentieth century modernism. Between 1915 and 1923 marcel duchamp created one of the most mystifying art works of the early twentieth century the bride stripped bare by her bachelors even also known as the large glass the work is over nine feet tall and on its glass surface duchamp used such unorthodox materials as lead wire lead foil mirror silver and dust in . Article titleitalicduchamp in context science and technology in the large glass and related works italic article title by contrib groupcontrib contrib . See attached files for table of contents as well as dust jacket blurb. In this landmark book linda henderson provides the first systematic study of the large glass in relation to the entire corpus of duchamps notes for the project since duchamp declared his interest in creating a playful physics she focuses on the scientific and technological themes that pervade the notes and the imagery of the large glass in doing so henderson provides an unprecedented history of science as popularly known at the turn of the century centered on late victorian physics
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