The Dada movement was born 100 years ago at Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. Dada pioneered tactics of remix, collage, sharing and deconstructing works. This radical democratization of art still drives internet, DIY, open source and remix culture. To celebrate and learn from these original “disruptors,” swissnex San Francisco collaborates with Dock18 in Zurich to present Re:Dada.
A century of Dada has placed many Dada works into the public domain. Dock 18 has built an online platform where artists, writers and makers can ‘remix’ these original digital images, words, sounds and actions. By transforming Dada art works through the lens of 21st century technology and concerns, Re:Dada fosters an exchange between Swiss and US artists.
Digital versions are provided by the Kunsthaus Zürich and the Swiss National Library.
This event is part of the city-wide Dada World Fair.
- Daniel Boos / Mario Purkathofer
- Anna Cholinska
- Tom Comitta
- Sofía Córdova
- Jonathon Keats
- Lord Klitchko
- Tony Labat
- Jenny Odell
- Bruno Schlatter
- Vänçi Stirnemann
- Claude Winterberg
- W3rkh0f Media Arts (Kent Clelland and Jana Honegger)
The Dadaglobe Project
Nov. 2, 2016, 6:30 – 8:30pm
Re:Dada exhibition opening and performances
Nov. 4, 2016, 7 – 11pm
The Dada Divas
Nov. 13, 2016, 7:30 – 10pm
Tom Comitta presents Selections from Bill: The Musikill
Nov. 30, 2016, 7 – 9pm
Image: “Randensonate” by W3rkh0f, from performance “Die Kleine Dada Soirée” at Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich in April 15, 2016.