This course examines a group of like-minded artists who came together under the banner of “Dada” during the First World War. They sought to overhaul art’s cultural, social, and political roles, by challenging our preconceptions through various means. Their legacy persists having been revitalized in the 1950s and 60s.
Prerequisite(s): 1.0 from Art History 1640 or two of Art History 1641A/B-1648A/B, or the former VAH 1040 or two of the former VAH 1041A/B–1045A/B, or 1.0 essay course from Arts and Humanities, FIMS, or Social Science, or permission of the Department.
Extra Information: 3 hours: lecture, blended, or online format.