No Geographical Boundaries – Dada Transformation

We can change and transform small things.  We can change, transform and mail pieces of art. We can change, transform, mail and skype live art. We can gather at Deep Tanks and Fluxfest NYC in person, through art books, rubber stamps, live art performances, gatherings,  postings online and with skype.  There are no geographical barriers with Fluxus.  Our goal is to erase the boundaries between art and life.

Deep Tanks Arts Festival September 8th 2012   

Animal Metamorphosis with the Day de Dada Art Nurses

Image Recycle the usual into the unique. Be creative.  Customize, renew, transfigure.  Spontaneous and experimental mutations will take place. Stuffed animals will be healed.

 

“Transform” Mail Art Show at ETG Cafe part of Fluxfest NYC 

An exhibit of mail art collected on the theme of “Transformation”  ETG Book Cafe, Staten island, NY 9/1 to 9/28/12

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Fluxfest NYC Skype Event at ETG Cafe part of Fluxfest NYC 

Friday 9/28/12 7pm a special performance program, a combination of live and Skyped performances from around the US, Canada, Australia and the UK featuring  Reid Wood, Jonathan Leiter, Christopher Reynolds, Viv de Dada, Mary Campbell, Reed  Altemus, Hannah Gardiner, Catherine Mehrl Bennett, Bibiana Padilla Maltos, Allen Revich, Keith Buchholz, Melissa McCarthy, Allen Bukoff, Matt Taggart, Rebecca Cunningham and Mark Bloch

See live video of the Day de Dada Transform Skype Event   thanks to Art Nurse Mary Campbell.

We meet. We greet.  We skype and email. We exchange art and ideas.  It’s all Fluxus in the end…..

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One Response to “No Geographical Boundaries – Dada Transformation”

  1. (b)ananartista Says:

    we simply are

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