This chapter examines the apparatus of spectatorship, which determines the construction of its position in the public sphere in the works of Marcel Duchamp, Gordon Matta-Clark, and Richard Wilson. It adds some additional reflections regarding the nature of spectatorship, and its creative force and potential. It also states that understanding art raises questions of critical responsibility and ethics.
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