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- adj. Pertaining to dadaism.
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Sixtyyears ago an exhibition of so-called dadaistic 'experiences' would haveseemed simply impossible and its organizers would have ended up in the madhouse, while today they even preside over art associations.
Season Two continues the almost dadaistic adventures of The big Blue bug of Justice, and Stargate SG-1, Season 10 concludes the DVD release of the longest-running science fiction series in North American television history…
This option is also open to dadaistic new age “deconstructivists” and the like.
Hoogerbrugge's "Modern Living" has a bunch of neat surreal/dadaistic animated gifs.
It was a very, very good, dadaistic education exercise done in nine months.
This information would please his dadaistic confrères, if no one else shows signs of interest.
It would suggest that all dadaistic experimentation (Feyerabend described his school of scientific epistemology as "anarchist dada") in sound poetry, gesture, cut-up, beast languages, etc. -- all this was aimed neither at discovering nor destroying meaning, but at creating it.
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