Fluxus Experience

Higgins, Hannah. Fluxus Experience. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2002.

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Abstract (English)

Providing phenomenological accounts of specific artworks and events, Higgins situtates Fluxus in an holistic framework based in embodied knowledge and experience in order to better suit its reception and counter misconceptions of the movement. Higgins also traces the pluralistic reception of Fluxus in Europe and gauges its close relations with Pop and Conceptual art. The author proposes her new reading of Fluxus as a positive model for future pedagogy. Index. List of illustrations. Circa 400 bibl. ref.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Higgins, Hannah (Author)
Dossier: 700 - MOUVEMENT / MOVEMENT - FLUXUS
Collation: xvi, 260 p. : 57 ill. ; 21 x 16 cm
ISBN: 0520228677
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Berkeley, CA: University of California Press
Artists: Andersen, Eric; Ay-O; Beuys, Joseph; Brecht, George; Cage, John; Corner, Philip; De Ridder, Willem; Dufrêne, François; Filliou, Robert; Flynt, Henry; Hansen, Al; Hendricks, Geoffrey; Higgins, Dick; Hi Red Center; Jones, Joe; Kaprow, Allan; Knowles, Alison; Kosuth, Joseph; Maciunas, George; Mac Low, Jackson; Miller, Larry; Noël, Ann; Oldenburg, Claes; Ono, Yoko; Paik, Nam June; Patterson, Benjamin; Pedersen, Knud; Saito, Takako; Schneemann, Carolee; Shiomi, Mieko; Spoerri, Daniel; Ben (Ben Vautier); Vostell, Wolf; Warhol, Andy; Watts, Robert; Williams, Emmett
Keywords: FLUXUS; HISTORY; EXPERIENCE; ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM; AVANT-GARDE; ART EDUCATION; AUTHENTICITY; CONCEPTUAL ART; EVENT; MUSIC; PERFORMANCE; POP ART; ACTION PAINTING; ALTERNATIVE SPACES; EDUCATION; ENLIGHTENMENT (The); EPHEMERALITY; EXPERIMENTATION; FLUXKITS; HAPPENINGS; IDEOLOGY; INFORMATION; INTELLIGENCE; INTERMEDIA; KNOWLEDGE; LEARNING; MULTIPLES; NOSTALGIA; OBJECT; PEDAGOGY; RECEPTION; REVISIONISM; SUBJECT; TEACHING; VISION
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Date Deposited: 09 Feb 2004
Last Modified: 06 Feb 2015 16:44
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/16650
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