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Consider Purism, Dada and Constructivism as differing responses to the character of the modern world.
That these three movements developed in a period of technical expansion during the political, social and economic crisis that followed the First World War and the Russian and German Revolutions is no coincidence. Meyer Schapiro says 'the older categories of art were translated into the language of modern technology' (Texts A, p.41) as artists across Europe believed in their ability to play an active role in improving society. To this end they employed diverse means to engage socially and sometimes politically with contemporary life. All three groups included theorists, architects, and poet…
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