FLUXUS2 - FLUXUS KEYDATES:19601965 's,movingtoEurope, .That ,partDada,partBauhausandpar

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FLUXUS KEY DATES:1960-1965 The Fluxus movement emerged in New York in the 60's, moving to Europe, and eventually to Japan.  The movement encompassed a new aesthetic that had already appeared on three continents. That  aesthetic encompasses a reductive gesturality, part Dada, part Bauhaus and part Zen, and  presumes that all media and all artistic disciplines are fair game for combination and fusion. Fluxus  presaged avant-garde developments over the last 40 years. Fluxus objects and performances are characterized by minimalist but often expansive gestures  based in scientific, philosophical, sociological, or other extra-artistic ideas and leavened with  burlesque. Yoko Ono is the best-known individual associated with Fluxus, but many artists have associated 
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