Day de Dada at Lumen 2016

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LUMEN is an authentic contemporary art experience in New York City featuring emerging and established artists. LUMEN’s goal is connecting artists with the community all while exposed in a nomadic alternative space. The annual event brings original visual, performance and installation art to new audiences, under the artistic vision of various curators from across NYC.

Members of Day de Dada performance art collective celebrated the 100th year anniversary of the Dada art movement with various actions & performances at LUMEN 2016

Mary Campbell commemorated the Baroness Elsa Von Fretag Loringhoven, M & M (Milenka Berengolc & Margaret Chase) became a springboard to twin troubles & double fun. Wear the Helmet of Truth and speak your mind! Have your head examined, literally!

Philip Sanders served us a series of events – virtual, augmented, mixed – chunks of what we experience – digitally captured & constructed, processed & projected back onto our 4D environment, Lydia Grey asked people to share their favorite things, Barbara Lubliner – Cautionistra challenged visitors to “pin the tale on the body”, Jennifer Weigel offered “Luck of the Dice” Roll to see what prize you receive.

“EAT MY WORDS” was hosted by Edible Eddie, a man who loves his food. How many foods can you name in the category you have chosen in one minute? A tasty game to play.”, “Hello My Name Is …..” Viv de Dada helped you chose your new “Lumen-ous Name”, Day de Dada spinning wheel constructed by Mark Semanchik.

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