What is a dada

 Dada (/dd/) or Dadaism was a European avant-garde art movement that began in Zürich, Switzerland, at the Cabaret Voltaire in the early twentieth century (c. 1916). Dada began in New York around 1915, and it flourished in Paris after 1920. The dadaist activity lasted until the mid-twentieth century.

The Dada movement arose in response to World War I and was comprised of artists who rejected modern capitalist society's logic, reason, and aestheticism in favor of expressing folly, irrationality, and anti-bourgeois protest through their works.

The movement's art included collage, sound poetry, cut-up text, and sculpture, among other visual, literary, and auditory media.


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