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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Japanese Fluxus presented with Bowerbird

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 (7:00pm)
University Lutheran, 3637 Chestnut Street

Although founded in early 1960s New York, the pioneering interdisciplinary art community Fluxus included participants from around the world, notably several from Japan. Born out of the influence of John Cage and the Dada movement, the loose group included composers, conceptual artists, filmmakers, video artists, sculptors, and performance artists and resulted in new forms of visual and sound art. The names of the western members are in greater currency, but the Japanese contingent, most famously Japanese émigré Yoko Ono, freely intermingled between the Tokyo avant-garde and the New York downtown art scene resulting in a number of arresting films.

Never formally a Fluxus member, Takahiko Iimura nevertheless collaborated with many…

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