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Fluxus Art Overview

Some examples of the Fluxus movement
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Amelia Parlier

on 18 February 2014

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Fluxus Art
Manifesto
2. To affect of bring to a certain state, by subjecting to, or treating with, a flux. “Fluxed into another world.” 3. to cause discharge from, as in purging.
FLUX n. 1. A. a flowing of fluid or discharge from the bowels or other part, especially an excessive and morbid discharge. As the bloody flux, or dysentery. B. the matter thus discharged.
Purge: the world of bourgeois sickness, “intellectual,” proffesional and commercialized culture, PURGE the world of dead art, imitation, artificial art, abstract art, illusionistic art, mathematical art—purge the world of “EUROPANISM”!
2. Act of flowing: a continuing of moving or passing by, as a flowing stream, a continuing succession of changes. 3. A stream, copious flow, flood, outflow. 4. the setting in of the tide toward the shore. 5. State of being liquid through heat; fusion.
PROMOTE A REVOLUTIONARY FLOOD AND TIDE IN ART. Promote living art, anti art, promote NON ART REALITY. To be fully grasped by all peoples, not only critics, dilettante; and professionals.
7. a. any substance or mixture to promote fusion, especially the fusion of metals or minerals. Common metallurgical fluxes are silica and silicates (acidic), lime and limestone (basic), and fluorite (neutral). B. any substance applied to surfaces to be joined by soldering or welding, just prior to or during the operation, to clean and free them from oxide, thus promoting their union.
The cadres of cultural, social and political revolutionaries into united front and action.
List of Artists
Alocco, Marcel
Armando
Beuys, Joseph
Brecht, George
Carrega, Ugo
Center, Hi-Red
Chiari, Giuseppe
Christiansen, Henning
Crozier, Robin
Dietman, Erik
Filliou, Robert
Geluwe, Johan van
Geva, Attilio
Gosewitz, Ludwig
Hansen, Al
Hansen, Beck
Hendricks, Geoffrey
Hendrikse, Jan
Higgins, Dick
Janssen, Ruud
Jones, Joe
Kaprow, Allan
Knizak, Milan
Kosugi, Takehisa
Kubota, Shigeko
Mac Low, Jackson
Maciunas, George
Megert, Christian
Metzger, Gustav
Moorman, Charlotte
Ono, Yoko
Paik, Nam June
Rehfeldt, Robert
Robert, Jimmy
Saito, Takako
Schippers, Wim T.
Sharits, Paul
Shiomi, Mieko
Sleutelaar, Hans
Spoerri, Daniel
Tone, Yasunao
Tot, Endre
Vautier, Ben
Vostell, Wolf
Wardill, Emily
Williams, Emmett
Woodrow Paul
John Cage's 4'33"
Fluxus Boxes
Fluxus boxes (sometimes called Fluxkits or Fluxboxes) originated with George Maciunas who would gather collections of printed cards, games, and ideas, organizing them in small plastic or wooden boxes.[8] The idea of the event began in Henry Cowell's philosophy of music. Cowell, a teacher to John Cage and later to Dick Higgins, coined the term that Higgins and others later applied to short, terse descriptions of performable work. (From Wikipedia)
Wallet video
Event Scores
The term "score" is used in exactly the sense that one uses the term to describe a music score: a series of notes that allow anyone to perform the work, an idea linked both to what Nam June Paik labeled the "do it yourself" approach and to what Ken Friedman termed "musicality." While much is made of the do it yourself approach to art, it is vital to recognize that this idea emerges in music, and such important Fluxus artists as Paik, Higgins, or Corner began as composers, bringing to art the idea that each person can create the work by "doing it." (Wikipedia)
Flying Mail
Class Performances
the performers are divided into two teams. they draw lots for a single violin. the winning team plays the violin while the losing team tries to gain possesion of it.
2. To affect of bring to a certain state, by subjecting to, or treating with, a flux. “Fluxed into another world.” 3. to cause discharge from, as in purging.
FLUX n. 1. A. a flowing of fluid or discharge from the bowels or other part, especially an excessive and morbid discharge. As the bloody flux, or dysentery. B. the matter thus discharged.
Purge: the world of bourgeois sickness, “intellectual,” proffesional and commercialized culture, PURGE the world of dead art, imitation, artificial art, abstract art, illusionistic art, mathematical art—purge the world of “EUROPANISM”!
2. Act of flowing: a continuing of moving or passing by, as a flowing stream, a continuing succession of changes. 3. A stream, copious flow, flood, outflow. 4. the setting in of the tide toward the shore. 5. State of being liquid through heat; fusion.
PROMOTE A REVOLUTIONARY FLOOD AND TIDE IN ART. Promote living art, anti art, promote NON ART REALITY. To be fully grasped by all peoples, not only critics, dilettante; and professionals.
7. a. any substance or mixture to promote fusion, especially the fusion of metals or minerals. Common metallurgical fluxes are silica and silicates (acidic), lime and limestone (basic), and fluorite (neutral). B. any substance applied to surfaces to be joined by soldering or welding, just prior to or during the operation, to clean and free them from oxide, thus promoting their union.
The cadres of cultural, social and political revolutionaries into united front and action.
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