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Legend has it that this performance space is where, one night in 1916, artists Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp started yelling “Dada! Dada!” (da means “there” in German) as a way of protesting bourgeois attitudes through nonsensical art. Some say it was the birth of Dada, the anti-art movement that celebrates its centenary this year.

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Legend has it that this performance space is where, one night in 1916, artists Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp started yelling “Dada! Dada!” (da means “there” in German) as a way of protesting bourgeois attitudes through nonsensical art. Some say it was the birth of Dada, the anti-art movement that celebrates its centenary this year.