"Fluxus cannot save the world."

What hacking has to do with avantgarde art of the 1960ies (subtitle to be changed)

leomagnet and Markus Zimmermann

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The Fluxus movement came about in the early 1960ies and the talk will discuss its strenghts, dead-ends and promises for the creation of works and community in our digital environment. International, transdisciplinary, non-institutional, anti-art and playful. After several years of research and new art productions, Leo Findeisen and Markus Zimmermann will present their findings.


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