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Vera List Center for Art and Politics audiovisual collection event recordings (ONGOING)Considering Joseph Beuys ➔ Considering Joseph Beuys Conference "Fluxus" Panel

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Considering Joseph Beuys

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Vera List Center for Art and Politics (sponsoring body)
Cornelia Lauf (moderator)
Susan Hapgood (panelist)
Dick Higgins (panelist)
Alison Knowles (panelist)
John Cage (subject)
Ben Patterson (panelist)
Joseph Beuys (subject)


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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