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Portae, propositum in Horto Medio Novi Eboraci inauguratum (2005).
Supervia Electronica: Civitates Foederatae Continentales, Alasca, Hawaii. Opus a Nam June Paik factum, 1995-1996. Ostentatur in Museo Artis Americanae Smithsoniano.

Fluxus (a fluendo[1]), vel plenius Motus Fluxus, est internationalis artificium, scriptorum, compositorum, et designatorum motus avant-garde, qui primum decennio 197 ob varia media artesque mixtas innotuit. Sua proprietas praecipua est priores memorias artificiosas iocose subvertere. Participes impigri fuerunt in Neodada, musica sonitus, et artibus oculorum, cum litteris, descriptione urbana, architectura, et designatione. Fluxus aliquando intermedia appellatur.

Apud libellum Pinacothecae Tate de motu legimus:

Motus Fluxus, qui inter artifices et compositores circum Ioannem Cage Novi Eboraci convenientis decennio 197 ineunte ortus erat, aestheticam "contra artem" contraque commercium evolvit, Georgio Maciunas duce, primum in Civitatibus Foederatis et tum in Europa. Fluxus series feriarum Lutetiae, Hafniae, Amstelodami, Londinii, et Novi Eboraci curavit, perfunctionibus avant-garde se saepe in vias effudientibus. Plurimi aetatis artifices experimentales, inter quos Iosephus Beuys, Yoko Ono, et Nam June Paik, eventibus interfuerunt. Motus, qui iam superest, personas magni momenti egit in aperiendo definitiones rerum quae ars esse possunt.[2][3]

Varii artifices, scriptores, et compositores magni momenti in aesthetica post decennium 196 se cum Fluxu consociaverunt, inter quos:

Eruditi, criciti, et curatores cum Fluxu consociati[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  1. Wiktionary, http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/fluxus#Latin
  2. Anglice: "The Fluxus movement originated in New York in the early 1960s with a group of artists and composers centred around John Cage, and developed its 'anti-art', anti-commercial aesthetics under the leadership of George Maciunas, first in the US and then in Europe. Fluxus staged a series of festivals in Paris, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and New York, with avant-garde performances often spilling out into the street. Most of the experimental artists of the period, including Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono and Nam June Paik, took part in Fluxus events. The movement, which still continues, played an important role in the opening up of definitions of what art can be."
  3. Anon. "Nam June Paik: Section 2: Fluxus, Performance, Participation," Tate Online, n.d.; situs accessus 23 Novembris 2013.
  4. Baas, Jacquelynn, et al. Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life, pp 80,86. Chicago and Hanover, NH: University of Chicago Press and Hood Museum of Art, 2011.
  5. http://archive.tate.org.uk/DServe/dserve.exe?dsqServer=tb-calm&dsqIni=Dserve.ini&dsqApp=Archive&dsqCmd=Show.tcl&dsqDb=Catalog&dsqPos=8&dsqSearch=(UserWrapped5='Mayor')
  6. Getty Research Institute. Selected Special Collections Finding Aids. Jean Brown papers, 1916-1995, bulk 1958-1985.. Retrieved August 28, 2008.

Bibliographia selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Baas, Jacquelynn, et al. 2011. Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life. Sicagi et Hanover Novae Hantoniae: University of Chicago Press and Hood Museum of Art.
  • Bernstein, Roslyn, et Shael Shapiro. 2010. [1] Illegal Living: 80 Wooster Street and the Evolution of SoHo.] Jonas Mekas Foundation, ISBN 978-609-95172-0-9.
  • Block, René, ed. 1982. 1962 Wiesbaden Fluxus 1982. Wiesbaden: Harlekin Art, Museum Wiesbaden, et Nassauischer Kunstverein.
  • Fluxus und Freunde: Sammlung Maria und Walter Schnepel, Katalog zur Ausstellung Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen. 2002. Neapoli: Fondazione Morra; Bonnae: Kunst Museum.
  • Friedman, Ken, ed. 1998. The Fluxus Reader. Chicester Sussexiae Occidentalis et Novi Eboraci: Academy Editions.
  • Gray, John. 1993. Action Art: A Bibliography of Artists’ Performance from Futurism to Fluxus and Beyond. Westport, Connecticutae: Greenwood Press.
  • Haskell, Barbara. 1984. BLAM! The Explosion of Pop, Minimalism and Performance 1958-1964. Novi Eboraci: W. W. Norton & Company, cum Whitney Museum of American Art.
  • Hansen, Al, et Beck Hansen. 1998. Playing with Matches. RAM USA.
  • Hapgood, Susan, et Cornelia Lauf. 1991. FluxAttitudes. Ghent: Imschoot Uitgevers.
  • Held, John Jr. 1991. Mail Art: an Annotated Bibliography. Metuchen Novae Caesareae et Londinii: The Scarecrow Press.
  • Held, John Jr. 2011. Where the Secret is Hidden: Collected Essays. Bredae: TAM-Publications.
  • Hendricks, Geoffrey, ed. 2003. Critical Mass, Happenings, Fluxus, Performance, Intermedia and Rutgers University 1958–1972. Mason Gross Art Galleries, Rutgers; Amherst: Mead Art Gallery.
  • Hendricks, Jon, ed. 1982. Fluxus, etc.: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. Bloomfield Hills Michiganiae: Cranbrook Museum of Art.
  • Higgins, Hannah. 2002. Fluxus Experience. Berkeleiae: University of California Press.
  • Janssen, Ruud. 2008. Mail-Interviews Part-1: Interviews with Mail-Art and Fluxus Artists. Bredae: TAM-Publications.
  • Kellein, Thomas. 1995. Fluxus. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: Thames and Hudson.
  • Milman, Estera, ed. 1992. Fluxus: A Conceptual Country. Visible Language [editio praecipua], 26(1-2). Providentae: Rhode Island School of Design.
  • Moren, Lisa. 2003. Intermedia. Baltimorae: University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
  • Paull, Silke, et Hervé Würz, eds. 1977. How We Met or a Microdemystification. AQ 16 [editio praecipua]
  • Phillpot, Clive, et Jon Hendricks, eds. 1988. Fluxus: Selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. Novi Eboraci: Museum of Modern Art.
  • Saper, Craig J. 2001. Networked Art. Minneapoli: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Schmidt-Burkhardt, Astrit. 2011. Maciunas’ Learning Machines: From Art History to a Chronology of Fluxus. praefatio Jon Hendricks. Ed. 2a, retractata et amplificata. Vindobonae et Novi Eboraci: Springer. ISBN 978-3-7091-0479-8.
  • Smith, Owen. 1998. Fluxus: The History of an Attitude. Didacopoli: San Diego State University Press.
  • Stegmann, Petra, ed. 2012. 'The lunatics are on the loose …' European Fluxus Festivals 1962-1977. Berolini: Down with Art. ISBN 978-3-9815579-0-9.
  • Stegmann, Petra, ed. 2007. Fluxus East. Fluxus-Netzwerke in Mittelosteuropa: Fluxus Networks in Central Eastern Europe. Berolini: Künstlerhaus Bethanien. ISBN 978-3932754876.
  • Würz, Fleurice. 2011. Fluxus Nice. Saarbrücken: AQ-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-922441-11-3.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hendricks, Jon. 1989. Fluxus Codex. Novi Eboraci: Harry N. Abrams.
  • Higgins, Dick. 1966. Intermedia. Something Else Newsletter 1(1).
  • Kellein, Thomas, et Jon Hendricks. 1995. Fluxus. Londinii: Thames & Hudson.
  • O'Dell, Kathy. 1997. Fluxus Feminus [sic]. The Drama Review 41(1):43–60.
  • Oren, Michel. 1993. Anti-Art as the End of Cultural History. Performing Arts Journal 15(2):1–30.
  • Oliva, Achille Bonito, ed. 1990. Ubi Fluxus Ibi Motus, 1990-62 [sic]. Mediolani: Mazzotta. ISBN 8820209586.
  • Robinson, Julia. 2005. George Brecht Events: A Heterospective. Coloniae: Museum Ludwig et Bucchandlung Walther Koenig.
  • Robinson, Julia. 2008. From Abstraction to Model: In the Event of George Brecht and the Conceptual Turn in the Art of the 1960s. Dissertatio doctoralis. Princetoniae: Universitas Princetoniensis.
  • Rush, Michael. 2005. New Media in Art. Londinii: Thames & Hudson.
  • Smith, Owen. 1998. Fluxus: The History of an Attitude. Didacopoli: San Diego State University Press.
  • Williams, Emmett, et Ann Noel, eds. 1997. Mr. Fluxus: A Collective Portrait of George Maciunas. Londinii: Thames and Hudson.

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