George Maciunas. Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional, Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms (Incomplete). 1973

George Maciunas Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional, Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms (Incomplete) 1973

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Maciunas was the founder of the international art movement known as Fluxus. Throughout much of his career, Maciunas worked on developing a chart showing the evolution of alternative art forms, placing Cage in a central position in his 1973 Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional, Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms. While Cage’s work is represented in only a few early Fluxus concerts, he was influential to the movement as a pioneering mentor and as someone from whom to break away.

Gallery label from There Will Never Be Silence: Scoring John Cage’s 4’33”, October 12, 2013–June 22, 2014.
Medium
Offset lithograph
Dimensions
sheet: 67 15/16 x 23 1/16" (172.5 x 58.5 cm)
Designer
George Maciunas
Publisher
Fluxus
Credit
The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Gift
Object number
2895.2008
Department
Drawings and Prints

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