Monday, April 13, 2009

NPR commentator Andrei Codrescu’s new book The Posthuman Dada Guide is an impractical handbook for practical living in the modern world though the tenets of Dadaism.

Event: Andrei Codrescu, Henry Alford, and Mark Train Interview Each Other! How to Live Dada
Monday, April 13, at 7:00 pm
Celeste Bartos Forum
Humanities and Social Sciences Library
Fifth Avenue, at 42nd Street
$25 general admission and $15 library donors, seniors and students with valid identification
More information and tickets here.


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Comments [3]


The illustrious Bela J. Lugosi professor of English is nowhere near as fine a Dada as the prankster actor Boris Madoff, who really knows how to blur the boundaries between Art and Life, the lovable rascal.

Apr. 18 2009 09:40 AM
beckyg115 from Manhattan

Leonard, I cannot believe the churlish swipe you just took at the students at LSU. Shame on you. You are betraying your own ignorance of Louisiana by asking Andrei Codrescu if students there are able to "get" Dadaism. You said something like, "I mean, Louisiana..." with a chuckle. The implication was that obviously, someone in Louisiana isn't as intelligent or intellectually capable of understanding Dadaism as a New Yorker. Uggh. Small-mindedness. What a provincial view you have just exposed in yourself.

Apr. 13 2009 01:03 PM
RLewis from The Bowery

tying in dada to today, if it's possible...

Apr. 13 2009 12:58 PM

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