Dada Dress

This work is a contribution to the lost women artists of the Dada movement, who were overshadowed by their male colleagues. In such an anti-hierarchy art movement, women were rarely considered artists in their own right.
During this journey, it was impossible not to get carried away by the feminist element, which was the driving force behind my research about feminism and the artists who helped to bring the Dada women into light.
So, I decided to gather all these artists onto my sculpture.
It looks like a wedding dress, a symbol commonly used by feminist artists. The artworks that decorated the sculpture are from women Dadaists. The audible part consists of stories, poems, and quotes from famous feminists and are recited by some of my beloved female friends in different languages.
This video presents the process of construction of the sculpture and the technology behind the sound.