In an article in Huffington Post entitled "The Resurrection Of Boris Lurie And The NO!art Movement" Lisa Paul Streitfeld makes a clear case for the importance Lurie's No!Art movement.
"Lurie’s art, misunderstood and condemned (when it wasn’t utterly neglected), carries a single-minded integrity of purpose missing from art today — negation screaming out against the inauthenticity of the marketplace and the art world system that supports it."
"Lurie was a concentration camp survivor whose art is a response to the the loss of his mother, his sister, and childhood sweetheart in the face of human cruelty and indifference."
The No!Art Cube by ArtotemArt
"Like Dada, jazz made its first impact during the Great War and overflowed the banks afterward, making the twenties roar. For a while, many took
jazz and Dada to be two faces of the same thing." Jed Rasula
From the book "Destruction Was My Beatrice: Dada and the Unmaking of the Twentieth Century"
Neo Dada video collage by ArtotemArt
Music - John Coltrane
While you are here check out...
Jono El Grande's "Neo Dada" Album on Amazon"
The Guest Expulsed - Hans Arp
Tribute to Hans Arp & Tristan Tzara
Music bt ArtotemArt
Lyrics by Hans Arp
Tristan Tzara' Dada Poetry How To
Geospatial Poem - ArtotemArt
Visualize the Changing visualizations,
Feasting on geospatial cents,
Sowing real with new connections,
"A Collective Artistic Cry against War and Nationalism"
"Dada declared war against war."
Clock by ArtotemArt
A statement about the modern world's fixation with time.
Art produces ugly things which frequently become more beautiful with time. Fashion, on the other hand, produces beautiful things which always become ugly with time.Jean Cocteau
Art, Books, Inspirations and a few psychological and philosophical musings.