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Literary Alchemy: Repurposing the Page In-Person
Make Art Not War
Dadaism, or Dada, is an art avant-garde movement that originated as a reaction to the brutality of the First World War in neutral Switzerland and spread throughout Europe. Dadaists did not use paints, but the technique of collage or installation, joining completely disconnected objects or fragments of illustrations.
Together, we will make a Dada artwork for the University Library while focusing on our collective identity: Who are we? What do we have in common? What joins us together? We will use a mixed media approach, including painting and repurposing old library books. Join us and enjoy some lunch and drinks as well!
The session will be led by Iris Mathilde van der Werff, a Dutch artist located in Amsterdam.
This event is part of project Re:Book from the University Library, where we use physical books as inspiration for events, decoration, and even as objects.
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