The 1960s Fluxus art movement included unconventional artists who created inter-media performative events that challenged the very notion of authorship and how art is made, presented, and received. Join Fluxus-era-inspired artists John R. Killacky and Sean Clute as they discuss this movement and the creation of their new video FLUX.
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About the Presenters
John R. Killacky served in the Vermont House of Representative and was executive director of the Flynn. His videos have been screened in festivals, galleries, museums, hospitals, and universities world-wide and are in the collections of numerous libraries and universities.
Sean Clute is an electronic artist, composer, and performer. His work has been presented at The Kitchen, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, MuseumsQuartier Wien, ISEA – New Mexico, Dubai and Montreal, Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Autonomous Mutant Festival. Clute is the co-director of the Rural Noise Ensemble and Professor of Media Art at Vermont State University.
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