Christine Kuan
Nov 17, 2012 8:21PM

"What is the solution?" Marcel Duchamp proceeds to ask. "There is no solution because there is no problem. Problem is the invention of man-- it is nonsensical."

Nothing is more exciting than rebellion, rule-breaking, disruption. In every period in history, there were the unconventional thinkers, the artists that pushed boundaries and rejected norms and then rejected their own ideas in order to continue to innovate. No movement embodied these concepts more so than Dada.

What is the future of art and technology? What hypothoses can be tested? What limitations can be surmounted? How can we impact the next generation? 

What is avant-garde now? 

Christine Kuan