Takehisa Kosugi (1938-2018) first emerged onto Japan’s avant-garde music scene during the 1960s as part of Group Ongaku and the Fluxus movement
E was a magazine of experimental and performance writing, visual, concrete, and sound poetry, edited by Marshall Reese and composer Eugene Carl.
Collage Musique-Concrète-style by Fluxus artist Claus Böhmler (1939-2017). Böhmler was one of Joseph Beuys’s students at the Düsseldorfer art academy
A portrait of George Maciunas, who is widely acknowledged as the chief ideologue and organizer of Fluxus, the loose international network of anti-artists, neo-D..(read more)
In the 60s, Milan Knizak, Czech performance and Fluxus artist, created music from defective, worn, damaged or broken LP’s.
The New York Philharmonic’s disastrous performance of John Cage’s Atlas Eclipticalis; Henry Flynt’s demonstrations against the downtown avant-garde; Charl..(read more)
Radiophonic minutes of the search for a probably lost tape piece, and a reconstruction thereof with real instruments. When future Fluxus artist Ben Patterson (1..(read more)
A highly controversial figure in the Czech Republic, Milan Knizak is mostly known in America for his membership in Fluxus in the 1960s-1970s. An art renegade wh..(read more)
Broadcasting Bananas, Carnival/Viareggio, ColdComfort, DeskTopDisaster, Forking a River, Frane the Virtual, MOSNOW, PolarBear_0001 and many more short videos pl..(read more)
The Maciunas Ensemble was founded in 1968 by Dutch musicians and sound artists Paul Panhuysen, Remko Scha and Jan van Riet. The group’s intention was to r..(read more)