The readymades of Marcel Duchamp were ordinary manufactured objects that the artist selected and modified to create art. APAC Forum’s readymades are practical and accessible conference sessions ready to use.
APAC Forum ‘readymade’ sessions provide practical examples of work that can be taken away and adapted. In these sessions you will access approximately four separate presentations.
The unique ‘readymade’ concept is borrowed from the French artist Marcel Duchamp, who took existing objects and presented them as art, to describe sessions where examples of practical and accessible improvement work are on display.
APAC Forum sessions come in all shapes and sizes
Just as we all learn in different ways, the APAC Forum content is delivered in different types of 75-minute sessions. Within the general programme there are panel discussions, plenaries, readymades, off-site tours, workshops, and traditional oral presentations. The day one intensive sessions are a separate, full-day, deep-dive into a particular subject matter.
Check out our full list of concurrent sessions at APAC Forum and look out for the title ‘Readymades’.