February 8, 2023
Considered a forerunner of conceptual art, and inspired by Dada artists (especially Marcel Duchamp) and composer John Cage, Fluxus was an international movement of the 1960s and 1970s that included artists, poets, composers, and designers. Working across disciplines and in a decidedly anti-commercial manner, Fluxus artists staged performance events called Fluxfests, published pamphlets, engaged in mail art, produced Fluxkits, and more. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive