ELLIS FREEMAN , an American psychologist who studied in Germany in the 1920s and has been there many times since, contrasts the mood of the German political cabaret of the twenties with that of today Second broadcast
Richard Huelsenbeck co-founder of Dada
Interviewed by Basil Tayloi
Dada began in Zurich in 1916 with the activities of the Cabaret Voltaire. Richard Huelsenbeck , now a psychiatrist in New York, tries to analyse the anti-artistic tendencies among the Dada artists.
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