Our new recording from Dadaisme sports a weighty philosophical concept. Entitled "Dasein Mosaic," it is inspired by Heidegger's notion of "Dasein." Put simply, "Mosaic" is directly informed by a view of existence or being that's split between two states: selfhood and society. Existence is informed both by solitude and interaction, yet neither is fully realized. One never becomes wholly isolated, nor entirely part of the objective world. Instead there's a shuttling back and forth between the two: between "myself" and "them." Between here and there.
For that reason, perhaps, Dadaisme (Valera Shevchenko) has spoken of his "Dasein Mosaic" as a "huge experiment with cyclical loops." In fact even his stage-name of Dadaisme comes from a similarly liminal state, somewhere beyond anything local and/or logical. Metaphors of departure and return predominate, emphasizing cyclical, often bizarre processes over any kind of stasis.