Write a dialogue between Marcel Duchamp and Jackson Pollock to reveal their theories or thoughts about the nature and uses of art.
Duchamp: Jackson, you and I are so alike theoretically in many ways. We are both painters who are unconventional, unique, radical, and so rule breaking with our revolutionary methods.
Pollack: Correct indeed, but you tend to use more satire, irony, and humor in your work than I do.
Duchamp: True. We both want art to transcend the literal in terms of style, philosophy, and technique. I particularly endorse the belief that art "can be about ideas instead of worldly ...
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