Fluxus experimental music exhibit to open in South Florida later this month

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Event score by Alison Knowles - PHOTO VIA ALISONKNOWLES.COM
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  • Event score by Alison Knowles
The infamous Fluxus "anti art" movement that started in the 1960s is getting a retrospective exhibition at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery in south Florida that shines a light on the music and sound wing of the "intermedia" FLuxus spectrum.

Including new works from Fluxus sound vets Yoko Ono (!) and Alison Knowles, this exhibit will be interactive, with an eye toward the movement's past and future. Expect the unexpected.



FluZUsic/FLUXUS MUSIC opens Friday, Aug. 25, at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery and runs through Nov 17. Fluxus all-star Alison Knowles (!) will be on hand for a Q&A and exhibition walk-through on the morning of Friday, August 25th at 11am

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