“Automatic Painting” by Eltono for Art Re-Public Festival. Tokyo.
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nice! and they cleaned after themselves =)
a Dadiist, by chance, amazing way to make art.
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A great way of taking what the Dadiist have done and bring it into a public forum.
Kids are the best artists.
wow the end result is very beautiful, and I wish the US had a “Children’s Day” what a lovely holiday!
I’ve only just done a basic art history summary unit, but from what I got it was more the surrealists that were interested in chance over the dadaists? But correct me if i’m wrong, I don’t know too much. This is very cool though, reminds me of these drawings I used to do when I was younger where I drew monsters depending on what things I drew out of different hats (one hat for number of legs, one for number of arms, one for number of eyes, and like, and ‘accessories’ one with wings, hats, tails etc.)
whats interesting to me about this project- is how it affected the people who participated in it. how did it affect the rest of their day? their thoughts? and the domino reaction of that to further events in their lives…
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