Arts & Culture, Social Systems & Public Policy,
The case for nonsense
Date: 12:45PM | Sunday 23 October 2016
Venue: Elder Hall
A century ago, in Cabaret Voltaire, a subversive anti-art movement was founded in response to the devastation of what would be World War I. Dadaism used absurdity and irrationality to critique the unreasonable politics of the time. On Dada’s 100th anniversary, we embrace the irrational as productive political space.
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GUILDHOUSE FOR THE 2016 CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT