well, DADADADADADA. ithinkassoonaswebuyahouseiwillopenmyowngallerythereand sellart haha. andtraveltraveltravel. hate_sitting_on_one_freaking_chair_on_one_freaking_spot. damit. 5 years ago
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perform something unlogical – not just because it is unlogical – but because i want to do it! 6 years ago
is everywhere in our appartment now
moved to parents to help sister who’s visiting us with two kids (2,5 y.o. and 8 months) they are awesome but take all my time
i’m getting hysteric 7 years ago
i mean..it’s just fun to do some exrraodinary things, wear weird funny dress and watch people’s reaction :-P 7 years ago
What is Dadaism
Formal Definition: A western European artistic and literary movement (1916-23) that sought the discovery of authentic reality through the abolition of traditional culture and aesthetic forms.
Dada was an art movement that was ostrasized from the world of art as it swept through the world like war sweeping thoughout nations. Dadaism brought about everything new: new ideas, new materials, new directions, and new people. Dada had no uniform characteristics as many other movements in the arts have. Dadaist art can be interpreted by each person how they want to see or read it. Dadaism brings out feelings and emotions in each person dependent upon what he or she is going through at the time.
Art historians who are professionally trained to analyze the styles of art movements and periods have been continually baffled by the contradictions and complexities Dadaism poses twoards itself. All those who attempt to analyze the Dadaist movement, to figure out it’s breadth and depth all seem to come up short. The meaning and content go far beyond tha which can be analyzed by a trained professional.
Dadaism is often mistaken as a myth due to the outrageous and ridiculous ideas put into the art, however it was very real. Dadaism was never epected to last forever, the Dadaists lived int he moment and for the moment, and so did the spirit of Dada. This beautiful form of art is no longer widely practised throughout the world, yet it is still greatly apreciated by many. 7 years ago