Dada in Romanian is mean a double affirmation, a kind of yes! yes! So the name of this artwork is a triple affirmation Yes! Yes! Yes! I was born and I live in Moinesti (aka Dada City, Romania), the place where Tristan Tzara was born in 1896 - one of the founders of Dadaism. And this very important direction in art was a protest against the evil, against the cruelty of the world, against the war, against violence and hate. In my artwork, I've tried to represent an evil character in the middle of a very amalgamated composition, a mixture of all kinds of things that are happening now in our world: the terror of terrorism, the dark colors of civil or regional wars, the refugees and desperate people from those military/religious fanatic regimes as North Korea or Iran or Syria. I've also added a big letter S as a symbol of surviving! We, the humans, are clever enough (I hope!) to avoid one new and final world war, the last one, for sure...

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