Fluxus

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Ben Vautier, A flux suicide kit (Le nécessaire pour un suicide flux(us)) 1966 -1969

A flux suicide kit (Le nécessaire pour un suicide flux(us)) | Centre Pompidou

Site du Centre Pompidou (Paris) : agenda des manifestations, collection en ligne, informations pratiques, achat de billets, etc.

For Fluxus Artist Alison Knowles, Anything Can Be Art: Archive Red Objects

For Fluxus Artist Alison Knowles, Anything Can Be Art

PITTSBURGH — There are hardly any figures in the Alison Knowles exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art, but the presence of bodies, especially that of the artist, resonates throughout the prints, scroll books, and multimedia installations.

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists

In/De-structions for the Visitor: Feel free to 1. take out and open the zip lock bags even if they tear 2. blow up the balloons 3. listen to the cassette ( although maybe I should have sent a cassette player as well -another example of the box's failure) 4. rearrange items in the box 5. misfile items 6. take parts of the items away 7. rip the silver paper (good luck it's harder than you might think) 8. improvise 9. scream

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists

For Fluxus Artist Alison Knowles, Anything Can Be Art

For Fluxus Artist Alison Knowles, Anything Can Be Art

PITTSBURGH — There are hardly any figures in the Alison Knowles exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art, but the presence of bodies, especially that of the artist, resonates throughout the prints, scroll books, and multimedia installations.

Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life - artnet Magazine - George Maciunas Foundation Inc.

Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life - artnet Magazine - George Maciunas Foundation Inc.

Fluxus at 50 GRAVITAS FOR PRANKSTERS by Michèle C. Cone "Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life," installation view at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth “Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life,” an array of over 100 objects from the “memorial collection” of Fluxus factotum George Maciunas (1931-78) at the Hood Museum of Art […]

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists - interesting #altered Boxes and contents

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists

fluxhibition #3 - Boxes, cases, kits, containers - contemporary fluxus art and artists

SWINGING FLUXUS POSTCARDS BOX by Jorge Artajo The box contains 20 postcards and a little wood box with domino pieces in which it is writen on both sides the names of several FLUXUS artists. The game consists in displaying the cards on a table arranged at one's will and putting on every one of them a couple or three domino pieces with the FLUXUS artists names. Then one has to imagine what kind of artistic couple or trio they could have been and what kind of works they could make together.

TEXTILE 11 / KAUNAS BIENNIAL (LITHUANIA) - GEORGE MACIUNAS AND BEYOND: FLUXUS NEVER STOPS -

SWINGING FLUXUS POSTCARDS BOX by Jorge Artajo The box contains 20 postcards and a little wood box with domino pieces in which it is writen on both sides the names of several FLUXUS artists. The game consists in displaying the cards on a table arranged at one's will and putting on every one of them a couple or three domino pieces with the FLUXUS artists names. Then one has to imagine what kind of artistic couple or trio they could have been and what kind of works they could make together.

Bob Watts American (Burlington, Mass., USA 1923 - 1988) Designed by George Maciunas American (Lithuania 1931 - 1978 United States) Published by Fluxus American Flux Timekit, late 1960s Multiple American , 20th century Clear plastic box with offset-printed label containing various objects box: 9.5 x 12 x 2.5 cm (3 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 1 in.) S. 511

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Flux Timekit

Harvard Art Museums

Alison Knowles premiered “Make a Salad” in 1962, as a leading member of the Fluxus artist group, founded in downtown New York. The idea was to connect high art with daily life. (In another project, 1969’s “Identical Lunch,” she recreated the circumstances of her habitual midday meal: “a tunafish sandwich on wheat toast, with lettuce and butter, no mayo, and a cup of soup or a glass of buttermilk.”) But the giant salad performance may be her best loved. “Everybody can enter into it by eat

Salad As Performance Art

Last Sunday morning, April showers sprinkled onto the High Line’s greenery like the misty spray in a supermarket produce aisle. Meanwhile, under the …