Raoul Hausmann was a painter, fashion designer, poet, pamphleteer and publisher. He developed a photomontage process and printed his first “poster poems” and phonetic poems. In 1919 he became editor of the journal “Der Dada”. By 1920 the end of the Dada-movement was imminent. In 1926 Raoul Hausmann began writing his novel “Hyle”. Alongside, he conducted electro-acoustic and optical analyses with the Optophon, a device patented in London in 1935, which was meant to make sound and light waves correspond.
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