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EVEnt at Sideshow Gallery

July 10, 2017
Day de Dada at EVEnt – Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, June 25, 2017
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Fun, feminist, women-themed experimental performance art pieces with audience participation and interaction.

June 25, 4-6 at EVEnt, an exhibition at Sideshow Gallery

Experience:
• Womanopoly
• Ms. Muscle dancing
• Viv de Dada Inquiring
• LA MER E spoken word stream of conscious poetry
• The Crone sharing words of wisdom
• Voodoo empowerment ritual
• Playing the Woman Card

With Artists:
Milenka Berengolc, Mary Campbell, Leslie Lowe, Barbara Lubliner, Vivian Vassar, Tamara Wyndham

More about Day de Dada
Day de Dada Performance Art Collective produces events based on concepts of the Dada and Fluxus art movements who used chance, nonsense and word play.

Since its first show in 2002, Staten Island based, “Day de Dada” has grown to include spontaneous and experimental performance art, installations, video, film, music, noise and interactive events that take place throughout the year. Events have included artists of all ages and backgrounds from Staten Island, the Tri State area, the further United States and Europe.

Viv Vassar and Mary Campbell, the collaborative team and organizers of “Day de Dada” are also participants in the international Fluxus community and participate in Fluxfests – gathering of artists inspired by and in continuation of the Fluxus movement.
https://daydedada.wordpress.com/

More about EVEnt
Ten women artists express diverse points of view about being women in the 21st century.
Curator: Karmela Berg
Participating artists: Kim Alemian, USA; Lathoriel Badenhausen, USA; Karmela Berg, Israel; Margalit Berriet, France; Miriam Evers, USA; Sigrid Hynell Fleisher, Sweden –USA; Rido Jansen, The Netherlands; Kim Sillen, USA; Shira Toren, USA; Thea Zweerink, The Netherlands

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Lumen8

June 19, 2017

June 15 – September 10
Day de Dada in LUMEN8

ArtSpace @ SI Arts

23 Navy Pier Court
Staten Island, NY 10304

LUMEN8 is an exhibition celebrating the past seven years of Staten Island Arts’s LUMEN Festival. Co-curated by Monica Valenzuela and Raul Barquet, this exhibit will feature video, sound art, performance art, and ephemera from past festival participants and honor the artistic genres that the festival highlights.

LUMEN8 pays homage to this annual festival, pulling select work from the past seven years that we’ve loved alongside single-channel video works submitted to Staten Island Arts through an open call.

Third Eye by Barbara Lubliner at Lumen8 (with Day de Dada)

 

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Planning Planning Planning !

May 2, 2017

Day de Dada is in the planning stages for an October 1, 2017 “Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Avant Garde Festival”  held on the Staten Island Ferry in 1967.

The Annual Avant Garde Festival of New York was an annual event that began in 1963 as an open forum for the emerging experimental music scene in New York City. Established in 1963 by cellist and performance artist Charlotte Moorman, the festival ran for 15 years in various locations including Central Park and the Staten Island Ferry until 1980. Read More 

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Apres Avant Garde Festival – Open Call

Day de Dada at St George Day 2017

April 23, 2017

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St George Day Festival 2017  with Day de Dada

Draw, Collage, Create Food with Day de Dada – Create Rainbows  – See More 

 

 

Baroness Elsa Von Freytag Loringhoven at Swan Day 2017

March 24, 2017

Baroness Elsa Von Freytag Loringhoven at Swan Day, Staten Island, Etg Book Cafe, March 24, 2017   with Viv de Dada and Mary Campbell

Baroness Elsa Von Freytag Loringhoven born Else Hildegard Plötz in Swinemünde (Świnoujście), in Pomerania, Germany

APPALLING HEART 1920

City stir——wind on eardrum——

dancewind : herbstained——

flowerstained——silken——rustling——

tripping——swishing——frolicking——

courtesing——careening——brushing——

flowing——lying down——bending——

teasing——kissing : treearms——grass——

limbs——lips.

City stir on eardrum—— .

In night lonely

peers—— :

moon——riding !

pale——with beauty aghast——

too exalted to share !

She was an early female pioneer of sound poetry, but also made creative use of the dash, while many of her portmanteau compositions, such as “Kissambushed” and “Phalluspistol,” present miniature poems.

X – RAY  1927

Nature causes brass to oxidize

People to congest –

By dull-radiopenetrated soil

Destined

Cosmic hand’s dynamic gang

Polish –

Kill –

For fastidioius

Brilliant boss’ “idee fixe “

Sum total :

       Radiance

In New York, the Baroness also worked on assemblage sculptures and paintings, creating art out of the rubbish and refuse she collected from the streets. The Baroness was known to construct elaborate costumes from found objects, creating a “kind of living collage” that erased the boundaries between life and art.

CHRIST – DON QUIXOTE – ST. GEORGE 1927
HOW CAME IDEAL OF PERFECTION – CONCEPTION OF CHIVALRY –
DEFYING ACTIVE DYNAMO ‘SSLASHING WING – INTO CHRIST – DON QUIXIOTE – ST. GEORGE?
BY ELEMENT SCALED DRAGON’S SPIRITUAL WISDOM’S BEAUTY FORECAST –
UNATTAINABLE IN THIS DIMENSION.
GOD IS LARVAE.
SPIRIT LORD CHRIST DISCIPLES MARTYRS – ARE DRAGON’S DOMINANT BOWEL’S
DIGESTION LIFECOMPROMISE TO
BEHEMOTH FOOD.

The Baroness may have been involved in the creation of Marcel Duchamp’s famous ready-made, Fountain (1917).   Duchamp indicated in a letter to his sister Suzanne, written in 1917, that a female friend of his had sent him the urinal for submission to Society of Independent Artists Exhibition: “Une de mes amies sous un pseudonyme masculin, Richard Mutt, avait envoyé une pissotière en porcelaine comme sculpture” (“One of my female friends, who had adopted the male pseudonym, Richard Mutt, sent me a porcelain urinal as a sculpture)

Thank you Swan Day for supporting and highlighting work by Women Artists

Props and Costumes Exhibit

March 21, 2017

Day de Dada “Props and Costumes” Exhibit

at Wagner College, Staten Island, NY

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View a selection of props and costumes used in past performances. Day de Dada Performance Art Collective has been producing events that include experimental & interactive performance art, installations, video, film, music and noise since 2002, this will be an interesting collection of things with photos on the wall showing their use.

Reception on March 11, 6-8pm
Exhibit is viewable March 9 – April 2 during Horrmann Library hours (http://wagner.edu/library/hours/)


Artist in the exhibit include- Viv Vassar, Mary Campbell, Milenka Berengolc, Margaret Chase, Barbara Lubliner, Tamara Wyndham, Mark Semanchik, Phil Sanders, Larry Schwabacher, Lydia Grey, Jennifer Wiegel, Gary and Joan Moore

Also images of artist performing- Helen Levin, Leslie Lowe, Alan Moore and Jean and Jim Jeffers

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More at Day de Dada on Facebook

Love – Food – Love

February 21, 2017

 

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“Love – Food – Love” a Preposterous Party with Day de Dada And Second Saturday Art Opening Labyrinth Arts Collective.

You are invited! Celebrate being in love with food, play games with whip cream, wear cherries as earrings, dance with onion dip, twirl an hors d’oeuvres or two, and sip an aphrodisiac elixir …… Day de Dada encourages your absurd love of appetizers.

This event celebrates the opening of Labyrinth Arts Collective’s group show with guest artist Leandro Comrie Pepin.

Saturday February 11, 2017 – Second Saturday Staten Island
Staten Island Pride Center Gallery

 

Performances by:

  • Larry Schwabacher: Ode to a Deviled Egg performed by Viv de Dada
  • Mary Campbell: Aphrodesiacs
  • Leslie Lowe: Demented Betty Crocker
  • Milenka Berengolc: Strawberries and the Rubaiyat
  • Mark Semanchik: Dada Food Delivery System
  • Viv de Dada: Hugs and Kisses
  • Elaine Mendez: Chocolate Love
  • Keith Jacobsen: Aroma
  • Jennifer Weigel: Wish Upon a Star

More Pictures at the Day de Dada Facebook Page


#daydedada #secsatsi #sipride

ACKER AWARDS 2017

February 18, 2017

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Viv Vassar and Mary Campbell received an Acker Award from Clayton Patterson on Feb. 12, 2017 at Theater 80 in NYC for their work organizing Day de Dada Performance Art Collective events.  Day de Dada artist- Leslie Lowe also received an Acker Award for her art.

“The ACKER Award is a way to pay tribute to members of the avant-garde arts community who have made outstanding contributions in their discipline in defiance of convention, and to those who have served their fellow writers and artists in outstanding ways.”

Clayton Patterson creates the award- a box which is decorated every year by a different artist. This year the artist for the box is John Gagliano @ Overthrow Boxing and includes a contribution from all 40 awardees.

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Art Nurses at Panoply Performance Laboratory

December 15, 2016

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Sign in with Nurse Barbara for your check-up! Art health check-ups- done in a Dada fashion, interacting with patients, opening your mind with eye-bright tea, some soul searching questions and then giving you your personal prescription.
Art Nurses include- Viv de Dada, Mary Campbell, Barbara Lubliner and Milenka Berengolc

(Day de Dada Art Nurses working for you 6-7:30 pm)
Saturday, December 10 at Panoply Performance Laboratory 104 Meserole St, Brooklyn, NY
Part of Performancy Forum: 1. glitch (heal) OR 2. gore (harm)
4PM-11PM

photos by Leslie Lowe and Mary Campbell

HONK! for Staten Island Art Parade and Concert!

October 28, 2016

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HONK! for Staten Island Art Parade and Concert!

HONK NYC takes over Staten Island’s North Shore on Wed Oct 12th ! After our visit to Snug Harbor, we will regroup for an art parade beginning at the St. George Theater at 6:30. The parade will bring our bands and revelers to a concert at ETG Book Cafe at 7. And, of course, there’s sure to be more surprises in store. Collaborators Day de Dada help bring the FUN!

Alternative start: Honor Wines, at 36 Bay Street, is hosting an in-store tasting around the start of the procession! Get there early for the wine – then join the parade!

OUR BANDS:

From France:

Le Pompier Poney Club, from Marseille

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“Le Pompier Poney Club”, created in 2012 in Marseille, is an international fanfare, with members from across France, Belgium, Rome & New York. They play a variety of musical influences, with songs such as “Belsunce Breakdown,” a famous hip hop song from Marseille’s own Booga, B52’s “Rock Lobster”, Dalida’s “Mourir sur Scene/I want to die on stage”, Streetlight Manifesto’s “We will fall together” & “Ghost Town”, from The Specials, etc… This overenergetic brass band blows its ferocious musical wind here, there and everywhere!Comfortable in the streets as on stage, you’ll find them in all kinds of events: festivals and neighborhood gatherings, cultural and social initiatives, protests and parades, tiny bars and large parties. The Pompier Poney Club will undoubtedly thrill the crowds, wherever they are !

http://www.lepompierponeyclub.com/

From France:

La Fanfare Invisible, from Paris
Le Fanfare Invisible makes music while supporting social justice movements and fighting for human rights.

From Chicago, USA:
Environmental Encroachment

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Chicago performance art group Environmental Encroachment (EE) uses a marching band, costumes, and antics to create unique entertainment environments. EE’s mission is to create playgrounds for the body and mind through dance, music and art.