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The French author Alfred Jarry wrote a proto-Dada play with this name, and it was first performed - once and only once - on December 10, 1896. According to Wikipedia, “it was considered a wild, bizarre and comic play, significant for the way it overturns cultural norms.” Essentially, Ubu was an an evil clown who gained power and wreaked havoc once he had it. A very current reality, no?
|Technique:||Wood and Found Objects|
|Contents:||Cross, Symbol, Arcade Game Machine, Costume, Poster, Advertisement, Treasure|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||27in x 14in x 12in|
|Weight:||Unknown; Contact sales for a shipping quote|
Vancouver, British Columbia