I lost who and where commented this "En passant" which is genius! So I'll tag the pic with it. All credits to the author!
  
  
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Knight's tour
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Knight's tour animation (SVG file)



!The passed pawn Inn
 Chess  Art
  
This is about how to touch only one time in a single tour with your knight every field of the chessboard
  
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@h.ear.t | tobias
Remarkable performance.. particular.
Not really my genre, but particular.

Yes, for me, too, there is an evident allusion to Duchamp.

OT: Impressive the sound system


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Interesting how creativity works...
  
Cold War Games and Postwar Art (2006, reconstruction.eserver.org)

During the Cold War both “superpowers” used games, particularly chess, in order to construct an ideology of complete conflict and irreconcilable division between East and West. This essay focuses on the broad cultural challenge to divisive Cold War zero-sum mentality issued by a number of artists—André Breton, Marcel Duchamp and Öyvind Fahlström, and Fluxus artists George Maciunas, George Brecht, Robert Watts, Takako Saito and Yoko Ono. These artists, in a second wave of game-focused art, returned to the concerns of surrealist art practice and to earlier cultural game theory. Even conceptual art production was impacted by the predetermined structure of games. As the global conflict dragged on into the 1980s, Deleuze and Guattari also touched upon chess in developing “nomad thought.”
  
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