The DADA Drop


During the hell of World War 1 an art movement emerged that aimed to dismantle everything that had come before it. Dada was anti-establishment, anti-nationalist, anti-aesthetic—anti-everything. The artists that birthed this movement believed that only by annihilating rational thought could they create work that challenged the systems that were destroying their world. As our own world writhes under institutional oppression and climate devastation, their work feels more relevant than ever.