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Futurism and dada Disorder and Dissent!
Marcel Duchamp, Fountain1917
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From The Futurist ManifestoF. T. Marinetti 1909
  • The essential elements of our poetry will be
    courage, audacity and revolt.
  • We declare that the splendor of the world has
    been enriched by a new beauty the beauty of
    speed. A racing automobile with its bonnet
    adorned with great tubes like serpents with
    explosive breath ... a roaring motor car which
    seems to run on machine-gun fire, is more
    beautiful than the Victory of Samothrace.
  • Beauty exists only in struggle. There is no
    masterpiece that has not an aggressive character.
    Poetry must be a violent assault on the forces of
    the unknown, to force them to bow before man.
  • We want to glorify war - the only cure for the
    world - militarism, patriotism, the destructive
    gesture of the anarchists, the beautiful ideas
    which kill, and contempt for woman.
  • We want to demolish museums and libraries, fight
    morality, feminism and all opportunist and
    utilitarian cowardice.
  • We want to sing the love of danger, the habit of
    energy and rashness.

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Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Zang Tumb Tumb,
1914.(cover of a book of poetry by Marinetti)
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GiacomoBallaBoccioni's Fist 1915
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Antonio Sant'Elia (1888-1916). Architectural
DrawingsSantElia gives a static representation
of movement
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Giacomo BallaDynamism of a Dog on a Leash 1912
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Umberto Boccioni The City Rises 1910-11
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Anton Giulio Bragaglia . Photographic
Autocaricature(self portrait) 1932.
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From James Joyce Finnegans Wake
  • The fall (bababadalgharaghtakamminarronnkonnbronn
    tonnerronntuonnthunntrovarrhounawnskawntoohoohoord
    enenthurnuk!) of a once wallstrait oldparr is
    retaled early in bed and later on life down
    through all christian minstrelsy. The great fall
    of the offwall entailed at such short notice the
    pftjschute of Finnegan, erse solid man, that the
    humptyhillhead of humself prumptly sends an
    unquiring one well to the west in quest of his
    tumptytumtoes and their upturnpikepointandplace
    is at the knock out in the park where oranges
    have been laid to rust upon the green since
    dev-linsfirst loved livvy.

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Dadaism By Tristan Tzara
  • The beginnings of Dada were not the beginnings of
    an art, but of a disgust. Disgust with the
    magnificence of philosophers who for 3ooo years
    have been explaining everything to us (what for?
    ), disgust with the pretensions of these
    artists-God's-representatives-on-earth, disgust
    with passion and with real pathological
    wickedness where it was not worth the bother
    disgust with a false form of domination and
    restriction en masse, that accentuates rather
    than appeases man's instinct of domination,
    disgust with all the catalogued categories, with
    the false prophets who are nothing but a front
    for the interests of money, pride, disease,
    disgust with the lieutenants of a mercantile art
    made to order according to a few infantile laws,
    disgust with the divorce of good and evil, the
    beautiful and the ugly (for why is it more
    estimable to be red rather than green, to the
    left rather than the right, to be large or
    small?). Disgust finally with the Jesuitical
    dialectic which can explain everything and fill
    people's minds with oblique and obtuse ideas
    without any physiological basis or ethnic roots,
    all this by means of blinding artifice and
    ignoble charlatans promises.

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From - dada manifestoby Hugo Ball 14th July 1916
  • Dada is a new tendency in art. One can tell this
    from the fact that until now nobody knew anything
    about it, and tomorrow everyone in Zurich will be
    talking about it. Dada comes from the dictionary.
    it is terribly simple. In French it means "hobby
    horse." In German it means "good-by," "Get off my
    back," "Be seeing you sometime." In Romanian
    "Yes, indeed, you are right, that's it. But of
    course, yes, definitely, right." And so forth.
  • .
  • Each thing has its word, but the word has become
    a thing by itself. Why shouldn't I find it? Why
    can't a tree be called Pluplusch, and Pluplubasch
    when it has been raining? The word, the word, the
    word outside your domain, your stuffiness, this
    laughable impotence, your stupendous smugness,
    outside all the parrotry of your self-evident
    limitedness. The word, gentlement, is a public
    concern of the first importance.

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Christian MorgensternNight song of the Fishesa
graphic poem
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Jean (Hans) Arp Collage Arranged According to
the Laws of Chance 191617
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Magazine cover.Der blutige Ernst. Edited by John
Höxter, Carl Einstein, and George Grosz. Berlin,
1919.
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Raoul Hausmann The Art Critic1919-1920
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Raoul Hausmann, Mechanical Head The Spirit of
Our Time, 1919
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John Heartfield, The real meaning of the Hitler
salute The little man asks for big gifts I've
got millions standing behind me 1932
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Kurt Schwiters Merz 163, with Woman Sweating
1920.
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Kurt Schwiters Merzbau Hannover 1933
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Kurt Schwiters Merzbarn Wall England 1947-8
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England 1946
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Dom Sylvester HouedardSliced Lurch1970
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Robert Rauschenberg Monogram 1955-9
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Jasper Johns Flag 1954-55
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Andy Warhol, Dick Tracy, 1960
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Jean Tinguely Homage to New York Museum of
Modern Art, New York, 1960Self-destructive
sculpture
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Single Tub with Machine Gun 1981
Bill Woodrow
Bucket, Mop and Lobster 1982
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