Name: Professor: Course: Date: The Basics of Dada Movement in Art Dada artists believed that art is the true perception and criticism of the times which we live in. Dada typically offers a valid critique of art and the established views of aesthetics and the reason being that Dada began as an artistic movement in Europe during the First World War. World War brought a lot of instabilities in Europe and some parts of Germany and many writers artists and that of Picabia’s the stuffed monkey portrait of Cezanne Renoir and Rembrandt. Duchamp’s picture illustrated the Dadaist philosophy that art can be made from anything no matter what it might be. The idea showed that objects could be displaced from their actual positions and then have they represented as art (Rettberg 11-23). Work Cited Rettberg Scott. "Dada redux: Elements of Dadaist practice in contemporary electronic literature." Fibreculture Journal 11-24 (2008). Szasz Thomas. Antipsychiatry: quackery squared. Syracuse University Press 2009 114. [...]
writing a response of approximately 400 words. Compose your thoughts with careful research, analysis, and personal insight. Your commentary will be incisive when you demonstrate critical thinking about your topic using clear language. Remember to seek accuracy, write visually, and get to the point. Include images, clips, and links to music when appropriate. These will invoke a visual or aural sense of the art in your text and explain how the culture is performing as art. Please note the artwork’s identifying traits: title, name of artist, year created, use MLA format. It is believed that Dada offers a bleak, nihilistic view of the art world, politics, and reality. Do you agree that Dada offers a valid critique of the art world and the established views of aesthetics? Why? Which artistic work represents the dadaist movement most accurately? Highlight the attributes of this artistic work that represent the ideologies of the dadaist movement. Justify your answers by using examples and appropriate rationale.