See also: [Performance Art] (many pages)
          [Dada] (many pages)
          [Interventionist Art]
          [Los Interioristas]


See also: -[Barbara Haskell]- (Author/Editor for: The "Blam!" Exhibit, NY, 1984) ??SOURCE??? Originating in Germany, "fluxus" was chosen since it's cognates in many languages means "change". As an avante gaurde movement, George Maciunas coined the term in a talk given in 1961 at the Gallery A/G in New York. Primary were the primal and libidinal displays of energy, rather than seeking popular support fluxus attempted to shock the petite bourgeous from their complacent sleep of lethargy. That this movement co-incided with the same period as Los Interiorists in Mexico, as other world-wide movements is probably *not* a coincidence. Dissonance and cacophny were often a feature, making fluxus events similar to happenings.

The Usual Suspects

Joseph Beuys (?-?) George Brecht () () Robert Filiou () () Ken Friedman () () Dick Higgens () () Ray Johnson () () George Maciunias () () Jackson MacLow () () Charlotte Moorman () () Ono Yoko () () Nam June Paik () () Daniel Spoerri () () Ben Vautier () () Wolf Vostell () () Robert Watts () () Lamont Young () () () () See also: [Performance Art] Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) (Postal Clerk for the REIGHT!)