Adam Young – AEP yr3

A brief... Hi_Story of fluXu$___
Fluxus owes much of its genealogy to the Futurist and Dadaist movements that emerged out of early 1900’s Europe. Fluxus itself came out of 1960’s America (notably New York) and helped pave the way for terms such as ‘Performance Art’ and ‘Live Art’ with which Fluxus is associated today.

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DÜSSELDORF

TOKOYO
Translated from

its Latin

origins Fluxus means “to

flow”

Roselee Goldberg writes – “ p132 Performance Art from__ …Futurism to the Present” “p49 Performance live art since the 60s”

“From work to process, from performance to performativity, from intent to indeterminacy, this paradigm shift Revulsion + has been Action x furthered by a anti-art – number of avent- Commercialism gardes, including = Fluxus Dada, Situationism, And Fluxus” p34

The Art Of Participation 1950 to Now

“FLUXUS WAS A TERM INTRODUCED IN 1961 BY GEORGE MACUNAS, TO CONNECT A BROAD COLLECTION OF ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, WRITERS AND POETS WHO WERE ALREADY HUGLEY ACTIVE IN CREATING EVENTS- AROUND THE WORLD. HIS INTENTION WAS TO OPEN FLUXUS ACTIVITIES TO NON-ARTISTS AS WELL”

∫Artists associated with FLUXUS include: Joseph Beuys∫Tomas Schmit∫Charlotte Moorman∫Bertolt Brecht∫Yoko Ono∫Simone Forti∫Dick Higgins∫ Bob Watts∫Alan Kaprow∫Robert Filliou∫Peter Brötzmann∫Mieko Shiomi∫John Cage∫John Cale∫Mieko

Adam Young – AEP yr3 Shiomi∫George Macunas∫Mieko Shiomi