Change Comes From the Margins

By COSTICA BRADATAN  JUNE 30, 2015 6:50 AM The New York Times, Opinionator, The Stone In 1916, Hugo Ball, the German writer who would soon become a founding member of the Dadaist movement, wrote the following account of his first meeting with the men who would be his artistic and philosophical compatriots: “An Oriental-looking deputation of four little men arrived, with

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