|George Maciunas, Fluxus' obsessive impresario was constantly drawing up plans for different projects, one diagram was a map that showed the different artists, movements and media that constituted the expanded arts of the late '50s to the mid-60s.|
Sunday, April 17, 2011
|An accordion that attempts to reconstruct the incredible interior of Sir John Soane's home-based museum in London. 8" H: 24" W.|
|A beautifully printed two-sided accordion by this award-winning illustrator. The color side incorporates two distinct stories interspersed across the book's 16 pages. Reproduced on the reverse is the preparatory drawing for the front. 6" H: 4' 6" L.|
Sam Durant, 7 Signs; removed, cropped, enlarged and illuminated (plus index), Matrix 147, exhibition brochure, Berkeley Art Museum, 2002
Accordion gallery or exhibition catalogue? One side reproduces 7 of Durant's works, and the reverse has exhibition checklist and essay. 8." H: 3' 3" L.
|An exhibition brochure with checklist, and brief essay about the four-channel video projection, "Video Quartet," that had been commissioned for this exhibition. 5.5" H: 26" L.|
|Publicity for "In The Spirit of Fluxus," a large exhibition of Fluxus works at the Walker Art Center, Feb-June, 1993. The text is from a history of Fluxus by one of its participants, Dick Higgins (1938-98). 5" H: 21" L.|