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Fluxus Anthology 60 Years Anniversary, 1962-2022 (10xTapes Wooden Box)

Label: Slowscan

Format: 10 x Tapes Box

Genre: Sound Art

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** Last copies ** In (heavy and over-sized) wooden box of 80 copies, hand numbered.  Ten audiotapes with interviews/statements, tape collages, electronic music, interview, live events with new and some old material. By Charlotte Moorman, David Tudor, Fernad Kriwet, Joe Jones, Robert Filliou, Carolee Schneemann, Allan Kaprow, Richard Maxfield, Emmett Williams, and many more.

What is Fluxus? Fluxus was launched in 1962 as an interdisciplinary, neo-avant-garde artist collective, whose organized activities were spearheaded by the Lithuanian-American artist and designer George Maciunas. The group was primarily active in the United States, Germany, France, and Japan through the 1970s, although some would argue that Fluxus is still alive today.

While Fluxus has acquired the reputation of being an unrepresentable or undefinable art movement, similar to how Dada and Surrealism were once perceived, that reputation may simply indicate that we haven’t yet arrived at a satisfying framework for understanding what Fluxus artists were up to. A prevailing myth has it that Fluxus was anti-art, anti-object, and promoted chaotic experimentation with no order or logic. The reality was that Fluxus artists had utopian ambitions, and their unusual tactics were part of a coherent strategy. Rather than eliminating art, they sought to dissolve its boundaries in order to infuse everyday life with heightened aesthetic awareness and appreciation.

 Fluxus artists looked for value in the commonplace, believing that art can be anywhere and belong to anyone.


01. AY-O

A1   Fluxus Song #1 
(Made in New York, USA, Nov. 23 – Dec. 23 1981)
A2  Fluxus Song #2
(For George Maciunas, made in Ibaraki, Japan, Dec. 01 1995 – April 01 1996)

B1  Interview 03/09/1994 Kasseler Kunstverein
Talks by Patrick Stevens & Ay-O, uncut full version as mailed to me. 
An excerpt was published by Escape 3 Organization, Belgium in 1995, 50 copies.

02. Jean Dupuy

A1  Japon (1992)
(With Anne & Jean Marc.)
A2  Anagram Pictures
(New Wilderness,New York, 1981, got this from Jean Dupuy while visiting, never published before)
B   Elle Aimait Bien Les Frites, Marguerite (excerpt)
(Singers; Jana Haimsohn & Olga Adorno, 1977, Judson Church, New York, USA)

Photograph courtesy Jean Dupuy (1991)

03. Robert Filliou

A/B Greetings From “L”. We Are All Green.  
(Performed by Robert Filliou on November 18, 1977 Judson Church New York) 

Previously published as an LP record in 2000, Slowscan vol.12.

04. Joe Jones

A 5 Piano Pieces (excerpt)
(Recorded live by Albrecht D during exhibition Fur Augen Und Ohren, Berlin, March 8, 1980)
B   Xylophone (1976)

05. Richard Maxfield

A1  Dromenon (1964)
(For instruments & tape)
A2  Suite from Peripateia (1950-1961)
B1   Electronic Symphony (1964)
(For tape)
B2  Wind (1961)
(For saxophone & tape. For Terry Jennings)

Previously available as a 2LP set in 2015, Slowscan vol. 28

06. Ferdinand Kriwet

A   Dschubi Dubi One Two Three
(Hörtext 14, HR/WDR, 1977)
A/B One Two Two
(WDR/SFB, 1968)
 From Ferdinand Kriwet’s personal archive. First publication.

07. Carolee Schneemann, Allan Kaprow

A1  Carolee Schneemann - Look What the Cat Dragged In (1988) 
(From: Catscan/New Nightmares/Ancient History. Performed by: Mackie Boblette, Eve Packer, Rosaline Baronio, John Mc Ilveen and Herman Williams)
A2   Carolee Schneemann - Mother Lexicon (1981) 
(From: Dirty Pictures. Performed by Larry Miller, Carolee Schneemann, Laurence Warshaw and Mark Daniels)
B   Allan Kaprow – Courtesy (1977) 
(Recorded June 22 1977. Previously available as a limited one sided LP. Slowscan vol. 11)

08. Charlotte Moorman & David Tudor

A/B Morning Concert
(Pieces by La Monte Young, Morton Feldman, Ornette Coleman, Earle Brown, Philip Corner, & John Cage. Live concert recorded November 26, 1970)

09. Emmett Williams

A/B Live performance, Bern
(Unedited, recorded June 05, 1996, Bern,Switzerland with Jurgen O. Olbrich)
Photograph by Martin Rindlisbacher

10. Various Artists

A   Nam June Paik – My Jubilee Ist Unverhemmet (1977)(First publication as a limited lp record edition in 100 signed and numbered copies)
B1   Dorothy Iannone - Follow Me
B2 Dorothy Iannone - Und Du, Herr Hoffmann
(Taken from an aborted record project)       
B3   Phillip Corner – Over (open) Ture (2022)
B4 Ben Vautier – Telephone Concerto (1993)
(Telephone conversation between Ben and Jan van Toorn for the 30th Fluxus anniversary.

Cat. number: VOL 58
Year: 2022