Back in the Teens, the European Dadaist movement rejected logic, reason, and aesthetics as bourgeois, war-mongering concepts. Dada meant freedom from repressive norms, and the embrace of anarchy. Sort of like opposite day on a grand cultural scale: Healthy equalled sick, traditional beauty was ugly, and old-school concepts of prevailing order had to be destroyed in order to save art itself. In times of strife, artists on the edge go Dada. And tonight, a group of Miami’s hottest young creative minds are coming together to make a definitive, deliberately absurd and brilliant statement. Ladies and... More >>>