No. 75, Everyman His Own Football (October 2014)

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Table of Contents:

01.        Jedermann sein eigener Fußball

02.        Preface

03.        Elmer, Berlin Joke

04.        Elmer, All in God’s Great Plan

05.        Elmer, Manifesto for Life without Euphemism

06.        Elmer, Dada and the Nuclear Family

07.        Elmer, Dada Lives

08.        Wegner, Tier-1

09.        Elmer, Solar Cunt/Pissing Cock

10.        Dening, Dada Museum

11.        Elmer, Sonnet for Drum & Megaphone (Op. 365)

12.        Cohen, Cygnets

13.        Cohen & Elmer, Heady

14.        Thumper & Elmer, Poem for Cat & Keyboard

15.        Wegner,  Braid

16.        Meier & Wegner The Distance

17.        Meier, Three Periods of Loneliness

18.        Elmer,  Something

19.        Elmer, Brazuca

20.        Elmer, The Multinational Anthem

The bulk of the texts collected in this anthology were performed between the 11th and 15th of July, 2014, on a Dada Tour to Berlin. In a city in which every street has a museum or memorial to some aspect of its uniquely dark past, it is surprising that no commemoration exists for one of the few good things to have come out of Berlin in the Twentieth Century – Dada. The aim of this tour was to visit the sites of Berlin Dada during its brief life there between 1918 and 1920. This included visits to 118 Kantstrasse, site of the Business Office of the Dada Central Council for World Revolution; 76 Kurfürstendamm, site of the office of the publishing house for Club Dada periodicals and manifestos; and – the culmination of our tour as it was of Berlin Dada – 13 Lützowufer, the site of the First International Dada Fair of June 1920.


One Response to “No. 75, Everyman His Own Football (October 2014)”

  1. What a glorious racket.

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