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Perhaps you remember that vintage Onion article, " Republicans, Dadaists Declare War on Art ," satirizing, among other things, the way proponents of Dada called its fruit not art, but "anti-art." They made it deliberately meaningless where "real" art strove to deliver messages, deliberately offensive where it strained to appeal to common sensibilities.  The ABCs of Dada examines Dada through a great many of these Dadaists themselves, such as Sophie Taeuber-Arp , a teacher and dancer forced to wear a mask for her Dada activities due to the group's scandalous reputation in the academy; architect Marcel Janco , who remembers of the group that "among us were neither blasé people nor cynics, actors nor anarchists who took the Dada scandal seriously"; and "Dada-marshal" George Grosz , who declared that "if one calls my work art depends on whether one believes that the future belongs to the working class." You can find further clarification among UBUweb's collection of Dada, Surrealism, & De Stijl Magazines , such as Zurich's  Cabaret Voltaire  and Berlin's  Der Dada . Or perhaps you'll find further obfuscation, but that aligns with the Dada spirit — in a world that has ceased to make sense, so the Dadaists believed, the duty falls to you to make even less.


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