Saturday, November 18, 2006

Everything Art / Nothing In It

Black box whereabouts

Black box was spotted in Sollefteå/Sweden before it was shipped to Finland.

`FLUXUS UND DAS SPIEL

FLUXUS SPIELT SPIELT SPIELT
UND DAS SPIEL IST FLUXUS
UND FLUXUS DREHT AN DEN DINGEN
FLUXUS VERDREHT DIE DINGE
FLUXUS IST DANN FLUXUS WENN
DIE WELT KOPF STEHT UND DIE
NIEMAND MEHR VERSTEHT
FLUXUS KENNT KEINE SICHERHEIT
ABER
EINES IST SICHER
DIE DREI WAHRHEITEN:
DIE UNGEWISSHEIT
DAS LACHEN
DAS SPIEL
DENN FLUXUS SPIELT SPIELT SPIELT
UND DAS SPIEL IST FLUXUS
UND FLUXUS DREHT AN DEN DINGEN
...........................
FLUXUS VERSTEHT SPASS
SIE AUCH?
Fluxusgrüsse von Litsa Spathi

nothing involving tomatoes

ffluuooooooo






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in thos 'hour you got a foot in the gate

a text flowing ever flowing cutting butting /

ffluuuuuuuuuxxxxxxxxxxsssssmmmmm

the mother of motel fouism know a word is not property proop poop prop or etym of morpheme and phoneme. not power trip of . game artist. body without organs claims i am a fouist spy. I am all things to ALl Eyess Including you

The Father of Fluxus?

Reading through a collection of the writings of Beachcomber, I found this:

The poets at play

The Gorium Possia Group met yesterday in their basement headquarters. Neth Gorium himself started the proceedings by saying the word "bumblebee" thirty-four times in varying tones of voice. Rampton Glapiron then played a prolonged growling sound on a gramophone, and held up a yellow dishcloth. A young man in a yellow mask, with three pads hanging from it, recited a short "Salute to Nothing", which consisted of numerals from sixty-four to ninety-three. Finally Eugene Thasko wrote on a blackboard: None go where all stay.

Found Visual Poem (SPAM)

other responses

Friday, November 17, 2006

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No Reaction - Animation



click on the animation......

other research

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Another survey



Reid

Thursday, November 16, 2006

A Completed Survey

BAUARBEITEN







All images come from my FLUXUS JOURNAL.

Interested? Just have a look at:

http://www.fluxusheidelberg.org/fluxusjournal.html

groetjes van Nobody

Beware



Beware of tomatoes under the bridge!

(c) 2006 by Fluxus Heidelberg Center.

survey 2


uncheck the appropriate box

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

five sticks

five sticks five cones

(wandering in the woods, thinking about sticks [and gardens])

survey

Handee Fins


performance

a descendant of?

shooting star

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

(no leaves)

The barbecue is over.


Reid

Monday, November 13, 2006

Barbecue, anyone?


Reid

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Food artists cited in New Times Style Magazine, Fall 2006:
Burgers in Los Angeles
San Francisco in Jello

fluxus oregon

New genes




tests with new techniques. Is all allowed in war-times?

save art - kill war

will war kill all art by allan revich (c) 2006

no tomatoes were hurt during the production of this poster

More Information About Tomato Wars

U.S.-Canadian Tomato Wars: An Economist Tries to Make Sense Out of Recent Anti-Dumping Suits

Author info | Abstract | Publisher info | Download info | Related research | Statistics
Author Info
John J. VanSickle, Edward A. Evans, and Robert D. Emerson
Edward A. Evans
Robert D. Emerson
Abstract

U.S. growers filed an anti-dumping case against Canadian growers of greenhouse grown tomatoes, alleging that U.S. growers were being injured, or threatened with material injury, by reason of imports from Canada. Commerce determined that imports of greenhouse grown tomatoes were being sold in U.S. markets at less than fair market value. The U.S. International Trade Commission determined the like product to be all fresh market tomatoes, concluding the domestic industry was not materially injured. Anecdotal evidence used by the Commission in determining like product ignores the wealth of knowledge that economics can add. An economic model is proposed for purposes of determining like product.


This information is provided to you by IDEAS at the Department of Economics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Connecticut using RePEc data
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choose cheese peace piece

Poster-3



Poster 3 - Making propaganda for the Tomato War

Poster-2



Poster 2 - Making propaganda for the Tomato War

Poster-1



Poster 1 - Making propaganda for the Tomato War