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[F]luxus Embassy

A group for Fluxus Artists who sometimes also do Mail-Art.

Website: http://fluxlisteurope.blogspot.com/
Members: 126
Latest Activity: on Saturday

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Comment by carl baker on October 20, 2020 at 1:29am

FLUXUS mail-art from hilary konrad* very very wonderful!

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on July 6, 2020 at 11:27am

'Luv using Borderline Grafix's FluXus on Ex Posto Facto's FluXus Bucks:

(photocopies of an original sheet from Borderline :-)

...and some Crackerjack Kid's "Covid" stamps, too.

Many thanks!

Comment by Borderline Grafix on March 4, 2020 at 7:13pm

Comment by MoriceMarcuse on November 13, 2019 at 12:27am
Comment by carl baker on October 19, 2019 at 12:18am

fluxus anniversary,thank u cascadia artpost

Comment by Mary Anne on August 8, 2019 at 8:55am

I am not much of a Fluxus artist.

Back in the day I was a Beatle fan (as we all were it seemed) and when the rift came I continued to follow George, John and Ringo (but never Paul).  With John, of course, came Yoko and I always rather liked her stuff; the awful screaming and sitting in a bag etc..  I bought Grapefruit when it came out and still appreciate it.  That and the 'spell your name' boxes and the fluxkits, are my idea of fluxus.  The small things that had a lot of space to them.

I have been involved with mail art for may years but seldom archive; the flow is the important thing for me so everything, nearly every thing goes away again eventually.  Amongst the stuff that stays the longest are the fluxus pieces (whatever they are) and I have a small metal briefcase (the sort the villains use to deliver money for guns or drugs in all the old films) which I think of as my very own Fluxkit.  It has all sorts of things ranging from postcards from J F Chapelle (whose work I admire greatly) to little boxes of found objects.  I enjoy my 'Fluxkit' and add to it whenever I can, subtract too, sometimes.  It is a small ox-bow lake besides the river of life and will never be a museum piece.

Occasionally I come up with something of my own worthy of including but I find the simplicity needed, and the space evoked, very difficult to achieve but it's the journey, right?  Failure is the most essential part of success. Glad to have a home here for my occasional attempts . . . 

Comment by carl baker on August 7, 2019 at 8:31pm

more FLUX from mary anne, very kool.

Comment by carl baker on July 20, 2019 at 4:18am

mary anne,

thats perfect, i love it!

 

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