Alternate TitleConsidering Joseph Beuys
Vera List Center for Art and Politics
(sponsoring body)Cornelia Lauf
April 6 1995
This audio recording covers one panel from the Vera List Center-sponsored conference, Considering Joseph Beuys.
Cornelia Lauf moderates a panel titled, "Fluxus," on the impact of Fluxus on Beuys. The panel features Susan Hapgood, Alison Knowles, Ben Patterson, and Dick Higgins.
At 9:21, Susan Hapgood speaks on Beuys's relationship with Fluxus.
At 30:25, Alison Knowles delivers a speech titled, "Sharing a Revolutionary Stage: Beuys Notes," on theatricality in Beuys's work.
At 38:58, Ben Patterson speaks on his memories of Beuys and Fluxus in Europe. Patterson continues on to Side B, speaking on the Fluxus festivals in Germany.
At 10:14 on Side B, Dick Higgins begins to speak on the history of Fluxus, the influence of John Cage.
Questions begin at 29:03, and the panel concludes at 45:22.
Beuys 0101 (404) / 4.6.95 #2
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