ARTPOOL EVENTS IN 1993
- THE YEAR OF FLUXUS - AT ARTPOOL
Overview of the
Fluxus movement: one-man shows and group exhibits, meetings, art events,
performances, lectures, research on Fluxus. [fluxus
Other: Artpool Subjectif in Marseille, Electronic communication happening between Budapest and Vienna with the help of telefax and picture-phone, Banana Consciousness
27 March 1993
Presentation of seven large-scale artistic projects created by Artpool between 1980 and 1992 at Ateliers d'artistes de la Ville de Marseille, as part of the event "Poésure et Peintrie".
Exhibited projects were: Homage to Vera Muhina, World Art Post, Everybody with Anybody, Buda Ray University, Flux Flags, Decentralized Networker Congress, one project from Newkapolcs Gallery and a new rubber stamp action. (more)
The exhibition was curated and designed by György Galántai/Artpool.
4 March 6 p.m.
One night exhibition and video performance by Vernita NEMEC from New York City (more)
14 May 1993
ARTPOOL FLUX (more)
George MACIUNAS first exhibition in Hungary. Diagrams, ccV TRE, Fluxus writing paper and envelope, Fluxpost stamps, grotesque mask, Fluxus wedding (documents) (more)
Endre TÓT, ZérO retrospektiv (zero works 1971-1984), for the first time in Hungary. (more)
FLUXUS OBJECTS /Ben Vautier: Fluxus Holes collected by Ben Vautier, B. V. 1964/81 / Joseph Beuys: Woodden Postcard, ed. Staeck, 1977/ Fluxtellus, (TELLUS is the 24th issue of the sound cassette magazine) /Robert Filliou and Joachim Pfeufer: Commemorative Plaquette to the 1976 Budapest exhibition /George Maciunas: Fluxus (card) pack /Alice Hutchins: Jewelleryset Fluxbox, tag graphics by G. Maciunas / George Brecht: Water Yam /Geoffrey Hendricks. 7 Found Postcards (salted) Salinz, Hallein Austria, 6 August 1992/ Ben Vautier. The Jungle of Art (game) 1988 / Yoko Ono: Smilebox `71 (more)
POSTCARDS OF FLUXUS ARTISTS, postcard works by artists such as: Albrecht/d, Ben Vautier, Joseph Beuys, George Brecht, Giuseppe Chiari, Robert Filliou, A. M. Fine, Michael Gibbs, Geoffrey Hendricks, Dick Higgins, Alice Hutchins, Alison Knowles, George Maciunas, Peter Moore, Nam June Paik, Carole Schneemann, Andy Warhol. (more)
SLIDE BANK fluxus works by Ay-O, George Brecht, John Chick, Christo, Geoffrey Hendricks, Arthur Koepcke, Takehisa Kosugi, Shigeko Kubota, Alison Knowles, George Maciunas, Larry Miller, Claes Oldenburg, Ben Patterson, Willem de Ridder, James Riddle, Takako Saito, Mieko (Chieko) Shiomi, Daniel Spoerri, Ben Vautier, Robert Watts, La Monte Young. (more)
VIDEO PROGRAMS Dóra Maurer László Beke: Nézetek / Point of views (Béla Balázs Studio, 1986)- art historians and critics are talking about the avant-garde art in the 60s and the 70s (more)
FLUXUS MUSIC /Joseph Beuys Nam June Paik: Piano Duet, in memoriam George Maciunas /Fluxtellus: Philip Corner, Dick Higgins, Joe Jones, Alison Knowles, Takehisa Kosugi, George Maciunas, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Miller, Tomas Schmit, James Tenney, Yasunao Tone, Robert Watts, Emmett Williams, La Monte Young. (more)
ELECTRIC MESSAGE DISPLAY texts by George Maciunas
10 April 1993
10. 30 12 a.m.
Dick HIGGINS' and Alison KNOWLES' (USA) presentation with slides and videotapes of their own works as well as of the commemorations of the 30 year-old Fluxus in Europe, discussion, Fluxus lunch. (more)
20 April 1993
8 p.m. (Kolibri Pince) 22 April 1993 6-9 p.m. 21
May 25 August 1993 15-18
July 1993 (Newkapolcs Gallery)
FLUX DE BOUCHE
Recital by Jaap BLONK, a Dutch sound performer. Sound works by Antonin Artaud, Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Kurt Schwitters and Jaap Blonk (more)
Discussion with Jackson MAC LOW and Anne TARDOS, sound poets from America, about concrete poetry, chance operations, scores of performances, etc. and Fluxus. (more)
Exhibition by Gábor ALTORJAY, Miklós ERDÉLY and Tamás St.AUBY:
12 objects from the second half of the 60s, interpretation by László Beke.
During the exhibition presentation of the videotape of the first Hungarian happening that took place 25 June 1966 called LUNCH (IN MEMORIAM BATU KHAN) (more)
CONCRETE COUNTRY POETRY
Hungarian version of the creative stamp-action presented in Marseille during the Subjective Artpool exhibition where a rubber stamp ABC with different letter-types was displayed and the visitors were allowed to use it. The audience-made works were added to the show continuously.
22 April 1993 6-9 p.m.
May 25 August 1993
July 1993 (Newkapolcs Gallery)
1993 5 p.m.
"A ONCE IN A LIFETIME CHANCE TO SEE THE FLUX NAVY"
Performance by Geoffrey HENDRICKS (USA)
Several decades of performance and work with Fluxus documented in video, photographs, books and postcards. (more)
ART PROJECTS OF TELECOMMUNICATION IN THE 80s
Documents (portfolio, photo, CD and photo documents) of several communication projects (19801992). Exhibition curated by Robert Adrian X. (Vienna) (more)
September 1993 5 p.m. (Artpool Archive)
Presentation of the Canadian sound artist, Paul DUTTON. He was a former member of the legendary Four Horsemen mouth band. (more)
The reason that the human voice as a wind instrument I mean it in musical sense is so neglected is because people are terrified by new emotions. (P. D.)
1993 6-8 p.m. (ARTPOOLZERONET)
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION HAPPENING for two telephone lines and a picture-phone. Live interactive event of telecommunication between the Viennese Freihaus-Kunstlabor /organized by Robert Adrian X./ and Artpool. (more)
The event commemorated the 1983 BudapestViennaBerlin Concert by Telephone. and was a part of the Austrian-Hungarian gallery project called Game without Borders.
September 1993 8 October (Artpool Archive)
Display of an extra issue of the Laza Lapok / Loose Pages titled "LOOSE FLUX" (more)
24 September 1993 7. p.m. (Institut Français de Budapest)
Lecture by Ben Vautier:
Les limites de lArt. Identité et modernité "The Limits of Art" (Identity and Modernity) at the French Cultural Center (Budapest I., Fő u. 1.)
(Organized by Institut Français de Budapest and Artpool) (more)
September 1993 - 10 October (Liszt Ferenc tér)
Open air show of French Fluxus artist Ben Vautier.
The basic idea of the exhibition came from the common practice used by Fluxus such as word-collage (Maciunas) and letter-change (Ray Johnson): BEN(BEM) vauTiER. Since the title referred to the square /square in Hungarian: tér/ there were signs with clever citations on them high up on the lamp posts
The technical curiosity of the exhibit was that the signs were designed on computer and enlarged by copy machine except the one Ben wrote himself and put on the podium. (more)
September 1993 4 p.m. (Ben Tér)
Inauguration of the BEN TÉR (Ben Square)
followed by the performance Tout, rien et nimporte quoi by Ben and the audience at Bens podium, installed in front of Artpool on the Liszt Ferenc square.
The assistants of the spontaneous event were Júlia Klaniczay and Gábor Tóth. Further participants were Jonas Mekas, Antal Juszuf, the "Yugoslavian Scholars" and the audience. (more)
3 October 1993 from 4 p.m.
LOOSE FLUX events on BEN TÉR
Guests of Artpool and Loose Pages were performing. Group works, concerts, intermedia poetry, sound art, action music, sound objects, philosophical lectures, performances, ego productions, re-actions, installations (with Laca feLugossy, Attila Nagy and the Girls, Re-actors, Endre Szkárosi, Gábor Tóth, etc.) (more)
October 1993 from 4 p.m. (Artpool Archive)
Anna Banana, american/canadian performer and bananologist on her European tour stopped at Artpool to show her videos about the Banana Olympics in 1975 and 1980 and reported about the state of her research on banana syndrome. Members of the audience had the opportunity to do for the first time in Hungary the Bananaskin-Rorschach Test. (more)
October 1993 January 1994 (Artpool Archive)
30 YEARS OF FLUXUS
work in progress, an ongoing show of documents by Fluxus artists and about Fluxus history. Fluxus library and archive of more than 100 books and catalogues, à la carte videos and sound documents, slide shows.
October 1993 6 p.m. ( Goethe Institute)
FLUXUS MUSIC: THE EVERYDAY EVENT
Lecture by René Block with video examples. (more)
December 1993 6 p.m. (Artpool Archive)
The introduction of Czech Fluxus artist Milan Knížák (videos) and the presentation of his oeuvre with the participation of László Beke and Éva Körner, art historians. (Unfortunately Knížák was unable to attend due to a broken leg.) (more)