Marcel Janco, (1895 –1984) co-inventor of Dadaism. He was a practitioner of Art Nouveau, Futurism & Expressionism before contributing to Dadaism. He parted with Dada in 1919. Janco claimed that "Dada was not as much a fully-fledged new artistic style as a force coming from the physical instincts", directed against "everything cheap". His work features the quintessentially Dada found art, or everyday objects rearranged as art—reportedly, he was the first Dadaist to experiment in such manner.