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									.:Dada:.
.:Examples:.                            Tristan Tzara
                                                            1896-1963
     ―I destroy the drawers of the brain, and those of social
      organisation: to sow demoralisation everywhere, and
      throw heaven’s hand into hell, hell’s eyes into heaven,
      to reinstate the fertile wheel of a universal circus in the
      Powers of reality, and the fantasy of every inidividual.‖
     ―What we need are strong straightforward, precise
      works which will be forever misunderstood. Logic is
      always false. It draws the superficial threads of
      concepts and words towards illusory conclusions and
      centres.‖
     ―There is great destructive, negative work to be done.‖
     ―There is one kind of literature which never reaches the
      voracious masses. The work of creative writers, written
      out of the author’s real necessity, and for his own
      benefit.‖
     ―Like everything in life, Dada is useless‖
                                         Tristan Tzara
                                                          1896-1963

DADA is a virgin microbe
DADA is against the high cost of living
DADA limited company for the exploitation of ideas
DADA has 391 different attitudes and colours according to the sex of
    the
president
It changes—affirms—says the opposite at the same time – no
    importance –shouts—goes fishing.
Dada is the chameleon of rapid and self-interested change.
Dada is against the future. Dada is dead. Dada is absurd. Long live
Dada.
Dada is not a literary school, howl
(Jean) Hans Arp
          1886-1966



    Collage with
      Squares
     Arranged
    According to
    Chance 1917
Francis Picabia
             1879-1953




   Love Parade
      1917
Hannah Höch
         1827-1727




    Aus der
Sammlung: aus
     einem
Ethnogrphischen
    Museum
     1929
                        Kurt Schwitters
                                         1887-1948




Untitled 1920   Front cover from Die Kathedrale 1920
                         Kurt Schwitters
  What a b what a b what a beauty
What a b what a b what a beauty
What a b what a b what a a
What a beauty beauty be
What a beauty beauty be
What a beauty beauty beauty be be be
What a be what a b what a beauty
What a b what a b what a a
What a be be be be be
What a be be be be be
What a be be be be be be be a beauty be be be
What a beauty.
                                                 Max Ernst
                                                        1891-1976




                         The Blessed Virgin
                        Chastises the Infant
Trophy Hypertrophied    Jesus Before Three        Little Machine
       1919            Witnesses A.B. P.E. and    Constructed by
                           the Artist 1926            minimax
                                                  dadamax 1920
                     Man Ray
                             1890-1976
         Anxiety
         1920




Larmes




                   Dada Portrait 1921
                  Marcel DuChamp
                                  1887-1968




Mona Lisa LHOOQ
      1919             Fountain
                        1917
             Raoul Hausmann
                              1886-1971




Dada Siegt
  1920           Art Critic 1920
Guillaume Apollinaire
                       1880-1918




        Calligrammes
                 .:Bibliography:.
 Apollinaire, Guillaume. Calligrammes. University of
  California Press: Los Angeles, 1980.
 http://www.peak.org/~dadaist/English/Graphics/whatab.h
  tml
 http://www.english.upenn.edu/~jenglish/English104/tzara
  .html
 http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Dada_Manifesto
 http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/d/dada.html
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dada
 http://www.peak.org/~dadaist/English/Graphics/index.ht
  ml
 http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/glo/dada/
 Richter, Hans. Dada, Art and Anti-Art. Oxford University
  Press: Toronto, 1965

								
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