NOTHING, NOTHING, NOTHING: DADA, a ‘destructive agitation against everything’

“DADA was like Punk, but without the Rock. It was subversive, dangerous and revolutionary. European DADA was originally created as a protest movement against war. It was formed by a small group of immigrants from Germany (Hugo Ball, Emmy Hennings, Richard Hülsenbeck), Romania (Marcel Janco, Tristan Tzara), and Austria (Walter Serner). These individuals were politically motivated, and wanted to express an new kind of mentality, a ‘destructive agitation against everything.'”

via Dangerous Minds | NOTHING, NOTHING, NOTHING: DADA, a ‘destructive agitation against everything’.

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