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Fischli And Weiss: The Way Things Go (One Work)

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The Way Things Go (Der Lauf der Dinge) is a thirty-minute film by Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss featuring a series of chain reactions involving ordinary objects. It is also one of the truly amazing works of art produced in the late twentieth century. Admired, even loved, by members of the public as much as it is praised by the more specialist audience of ...more
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Published November 1st 2007 by Afterall Books
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The author meanders away from the topic--the art-film "The Way Things Go"-- but it's still interesting and provides background into the making of the piece and how it relates to the artists's other works.
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