The work of art always conceals a dimension of masquerade, of appearance, and an "as if" essence. There is not art without this basic assumption.
Undergoing a complex creative process, photographic images of Marcel Duchamp are metamorphosed into raw-charcoal drawings that preserve the touch of the artist’s hand.
Q: If I asked you the question, "How did everything begin?", would you have an answer?
A: Yes, because everything started at the end - the death of the "original".