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TYPE EXPLORATION

Dada was an artistic and literary movement that was first formed during the WWI in negative reaction to the horrors of the war. The movement consisted of artists that rejected the 'norm'—logic, reason, modern capitalist society—and expressed irrationality, spontaneity and surrealism through their work. The intent was to shock people into becoming more self aware and to explore a new form of art, something "anti-art" according to Marcel Duchamp. Wanting to redefine the definition of art, they experimented with expressing confusion, chaos and randomness. Works often included aspects such as humor and clever turns, but the core question portrayed was what the role of art took in the modern age.

Key words:​ revolutionary, humorous, absurd, paradoxical, art freedom, questioning, irrational, spontaneous, popping, satirical, challenging, changed perspectives, capitalism, nationalism, rejection, authoritarianism, spurring, modern art, inspiration