Kurt Schwitters and 27 Senses: Resonances in Norway, England and Time

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Roberdeau, Wood;
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In the 1990s, Hal Foster observed that ethnographic or politicized art practices were diverging from a neo-avant-gardiste precedent: an investment in the remobilization of historic experimentations such as those performed by the members of Dada. I argue in this article ... View more
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