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  • n. An artist or writer who practiced Dada.
  • adj. In the style of Dada.


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  • Yes, I decided to comment about that because John Emerson is what I would describe as a Dadaist comedian that attacks scholarly individuals online as a form of mean-spirited self-gratification.

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  • He’s writing what I can only describe as Dadaist Science-Fiction.

    7, Dadaism, Lake and Men

  • Rambling, no voice projection, no point to their speech, nearly Dadaist slides.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Military’s PowerPoint Problem

  • It's as if the early 20th-century Dadaist collages of Hannah Höch and Raoul Hausmann have been combined with a goth-tribal culture of tattoos and piercings very much of our time.

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  • Thoroughly revitalised later in the year, Edna appeared on US TV show View From The Bay, cooking to perfection her Dadaist dish "the pineapple and sausage surprise" for a live daytime audience.

    Cake with Dame Edna

  • Chicago construction worker and poet Marc Smith, when he started slam 25 years ago, did so out of Dadaist impulse, as a reaction to the rarefied air of academic readings -- and an unearned rarefied, at that, in his view.

    Phil West: Poetry Slam at 25: Why Some People Stand in Line in the Rain to Hear Poems

  • Malmö Art "Marcel Duchamp" shows 14 works by the French pioneer of Dadaist, Surrealist, Cubist and modern conceptual art in general.

    What's On Around Europe

  • Eclecticism, juxtaposition and an irregular strobe rhythm inform its intentionally illogical structure, while manipulations of archival voice recordings of Dadaist and Surrealist icons evoke sensations of dream, desire and revolt.

    Nicole Garton: Ingenue Interview -- Chloe: Chasser Croiser/The Surreal and Its Echo

  • For our age of information overload, Shengelia's highly personal diary of sketched visuals and scrawled utterances presents her global village view like a Comic Cuts script for some Dadaist farce.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • In 1960, Dadaist Marcel Duchamp requested Castelli's participation in the "Arts Committee for American Chess" the dealer wrote back that "I shall be honored and delighted to join".

    Leo Castelli's Cache Of Art-History Gold


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