Hannah Hoch was a member of the Dada Club. Hannah Hoch is the artist of the piece of the work above. She is famous for the college work. She criticizes the German culture it apart from its imagery and resembling this to the vividness and disjointed. Her work represents the emotions of modern life and the new era’s preferences of the individuals. She represents the decadences, sexism, and the corruption of the people at Germany.
These are the conditions which prevailed before the war, in Germany. They were more political in their nature and interest as compare to the montages. This piece of artwork depicts the approach to develop the intellect, take radical steps, the picture of the entertainers and different artists. The faces visible in the piece of artwork includes Marx, Lenin, Kathe Kollwitz, and Pola Negri.
The map in the artwork includes the map of Europe and the different countries which have empowered the women with the rights of the vote and other rights of the equality. It also depicts that women in Germany will be cut off by the male’s “beer-belly” culture. The pieces of the advertisement reflect the difference between modern art and craft and between the domesticity and public sphere.
Autobiography of Hannah Hoch:
She remained in the era of 1989 to 1978. She is the only female artist who becomes a member of the Dada group. She did her training at the School of Applied Arts in Berlin-Charlottenburg. In 1995, she romantically involved with Raoul Hausmann, he was an Austrian artist. She pursues her work with college work and photomontage. While Hausmann was not around, she joined the Dada school for running her expenditures. Rest of her life includes the continuous efforts on the criticism and the distinguishing the gender roles and differences (Contributors, 2017).