Anti Bourgeoisie Aesthetics And The Rejection Of Pre Meditated Art

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Anti- Bourgeoisie Aesthetics and the Rejection of Pre-Meditated Art in the Dada Movement: An Art Analysis of “Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged according to the Laws of Chance)” (1917) and “Leaves and Navels” (1929) by Hans Arp

This art analysis will define the fundamental modes of artistic production and aesthetics in the Dada Movement that opposed bourgeoisie art and the elements of pre-meditated art production in “Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged according to the Laws of Chance)” (1917) and “Leaves and Navels” (1929) by Hans Arp. The Dada movement sought to oppose the linear modes of artistic production for the bourgeois classes, which defined a new way of opposing art of the elite classes of Europe. In this manner, Dada artists Hans Arp defines the element of chance in his work “Untitled”, which presents a work of art that liberates the artist from the elitist conventions of art during the WWI era. These design patterns define a simplistic and chance-based selection of torn paper as a countermand to the elitist “rationality” of art associated with the art markets. More so, Arp’s work “Leaves and Navels” (1929) shows a consistent method of “chanced-based art that relies on non-rational approaches to reject the idea of art as a product of the bourgeois classes. In essence, the underlying theme of anti-bourgeois aesthetics and the countermand against elitist production methods in modern art is defined in the Dada stylistics of “Untitled (Collage with Squares…

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