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Fluxus Threads in Eastern Europe

Fluxus was an art of distribution, of experimentation, and of participation. It abhorred finiteness, monumentality, and academicism, and it envisioned a creative enveloping of all aspects of life. But was Fluxus an Eastern European invention? An easy answer could be found in the fact that the movement’s self-proclaimed chairman, George Maciunas, was Lithuanian born; but more to the point, very...

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"By the way, what's Fluxus?": Jon Hendricks on the Formation of the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection

Since around 1977 when Gilbert and Lila Silverman began to develop their Fluxus Collection, Jon Hendricks has played a central role in fostering the formation of that renowned collection that...
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“Away with Pleasant Frivolity in Art!”: The Aktual Group and Its Magazine Aktualní Umêní

Aktualní umêní (Contemporary Art), a rare, hand-assembled magazine by the Czech artists’ group of the same name, began production in late 1964. In it, the newly founded group—including Milan...
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Shared Language: Interview with Jarosław Kozłowski

When in 1971 Jarosław Kozłowski sent a manifesto of NET to over 350 addresses of artists and critics around the world, his intention was to create an open network for the communication of art...