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  1. by Nicole Rudick.

     
     
  2. "The Dada movement of the early twentieth century has deep ties to the world of childhood. Its name, though it may have been chosen at random (the leading origin story involves a knife being plunged indiscriminately amid the pages of a French-German dictionary), means “hobbyhorse,” a child’s toy that is an amalgamation of a stick and a horse’s head. Both parts of the toy are rough approximations of the real object—a riding horse—they are meant to represent and this relationship is activated by imagination. The same might be said of the works created under Dada’s banner."
    — Hannah Höch: Picture Book by Nicole Rudick.