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dc.creator Horváth, Gizella hu_HU
dc.date.accessioned 2017-04-13T12:30:28Z
dc.date.available 2017-04-13T12:30:28Z
dc.date.created 2016 hu_HU
dc.date.issued 2016 hu_HU
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10598/29917
dc.description.abstract The historical period of the avant-garde art movements coincided with two phenomena which can be interpreted as the failure of the rationalism characteristic for the modern, capitalist system. One of these is Taylorism, which dehumanized and robotized the person involved in the work process, and the other is the First World War. Several movements of the avant-garde related critically to reason and conscience (expressionism, surrealism), but the most radical was Dada. The manifestos and Dadaist activities reveal that the Dada wants to do away not only with the heritage of the past, but also with the linguistic and logical structures which form the texture of society. Bruitist poems, meaningless words and sentences, simultaneous poems, and the various uses of sound are all aimed at tearing apart language itself. The refusal of logic is most evident in the manifesto of Tristan Tzara, in which the series of mutually contradictory affi rmations is concluded with an exceptionally clear statement: “I hate common sense”. Logic, argumentation, and dialectics are all dismissed in the name of freedom and life, which are characterized by Tzara in the following way: “the interweaving of contraries and all contradictions, freaks and irrelevancies: LIFE”. In my paper, I supplement the thesis of Peter Burger on the failure of the avant-garde (which is explained by him through its artistic success) by calling attention to the failure of its fi ght against reason, which is most evident in the search for meaning as an essential part of artistic reception. Thus, Dada is only interesting as long as the meaningless phenomenon is associated with some kind of meaning during the artistic reception. hu_HU
dc.description.tableofcontents 48–59. old. hu_HU
dc.format PDF hu_HU
dc.language.iso Hun hu_HU
dc.publisher Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
dc.relation.ispartofseries Erdélyi Múzeum LXXVIII. évf, 2016; 4. sz. hu_HU
dc.rights Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
dc.source Erdélyi Unitárius Egyház hu_HU
dc.subject Dada hu_HU
dc.subject avant-garde hu_HU
dc.subject disappointment with reason hu_HU
dc.subject nonspecific art hu_HU
dc.subject Tristan Tzara hu_HU
dc.title A Dada halott, és élvezi hu_HU
dc.title.alternative Dada Dead and Loving It hu_HU
dc.type article hu_HU
dcterms.provenance Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
europeana.provider Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
europeana.unstored Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
europeana.type TEXT hu_HU
dcterms.medium paper hu_HU


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