Sophie Digby
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Rauschenberg, Canyon (1959)  •	“neo-dada”- assembles detritus of the everyday  •	uses printed imagery  •	bald eagle- illegal to own  •	was a gift. Can’t resell-illegal. Given as donation, tax must be paid.  •	“you have to have time to feel sorry for yourself if you’re gonna be a good abstract expressionism."  •	“you have to work in the undefined space between art and life”

Canyon "An artists job is to be a witness to his time in history. Saw this in NYC & first saw his work at the Whitechapel in the mid- sixties. Major influence on an Art student at Goldsmiths.

Neo-Dada Applied To The Works Of Artists, Who Initiated A Radical Shift In Modern Art During The 1950s. These Artists Were Known For Their Usage Of Mass Media, Rebelled Against The Emotionally Charged Paintings Of The Abstract Expressionists, & Encouraged Viewers To Look Beyond Traditional Standards And Interpret Meaning Through A Process Of Critical Thinking. Neo-Dada Artists Ushered In The Radical Changes Modern Art Underwent In The 1950s.

Neo-Dada Applied To The Works Of Artists, Who Initiated A Radical Shift In Modern Art During The 1950s. These Artists Were Known For Their Usage Of Mass Media, Rebelled Against The Emotionally Charged Paintings Of The Abstract Expressionists, & Encouraged Viewers To Look Beyond Traditional Standards And Interpret Meaning Through A Process Of Critical Thinking. Neo-Dada Artists Ushered In The Radical Changes Modern Art Underwent In The 1950s.