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The roots of Dada lie in pre-war avant-garde. The term anti-art , a precursor to Dada, was coined by Marcel Duchamp around 1913 to characterize works which challenge accepted definitions of art. [8] Cubism and the development of collage and abstract art would inform the movement's detachment from the constraints of reality and convention. The work of French poets, Italian Futurists and the German Expressionists would influence Dada's rejection of the tight correlation between words and meaning. [9] [10] Works such as Ubu Roi (1896) by Alfred Jarry , and the ballet Parade (1916–17) by Erik Satie would also be characterized as proto-Dadaist works. [11] The Dada movement's principles were first collected in Hugo Ball 's Dada Manifesto in 1916.


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