• Thursday, 4 February, 2021 Sunday, 7 March, 2021  


Showroom 2

Part of It Never Ends


  • free admission with exhibition ticket



Additional credits:

Paris, Center Pompidou - National Museum of Modern Art - Industrial Creation Center
Photo (C) Center Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais - © Philippe Migeat
The same card for a flux game (us)
Original title: Same Card Flux Deck
Plastic box, 52 playing cards. Collaborator: Ed. Fluxus.
1991 CX 0200
Plastic, card stock
Miller Larry (born 1944):
(C) Rights reserved
Saito Takako (born in 1929):
(C) Rights reserved
Ben (said), Vautier Benjamin (born in 1935) visual artist:
(C) ADAGP, Paris
Hendricks Geoffrey (born in 1931):
(C) Rights reserved
Watts Bob (said), Watts Robert (1923-1988):
(C) Rights reserved
Williams Emmett (1925-2007):
(C) Emmett Williams
Jones Joe (1934-1993):
(C) Rights reserved
Young La Monte (born in 1935) musician, performer:
(C) La Monte Young
Maciunas George (1931-1978):
(C) George Maciunas

It Never Ends – Flux Boxes and Intermedial Objects

Homage to George Maciunas and Dick Higgins

©  Hugard & Vanoverschelde

In the 60s and 70s, a host of figures from within the Fluxus galaxy, under the impetus of the artist George Maciunas, produced Flux Boxes: this limited series contained all kinds of objects - miniature works, musical scores, poems, etc. and were sold at low prices thus fulfilling the goal of rendering art that was meant to be democratic and internationalist accessible to all. For this exhibition, John M Armleder has brought together about 15 of these works, which he presents in a unique scenography and juxtaposed to a historical work that he produced, during their Ecart collective in collaboration with Patrick Luchini, by way of a tribute to Dick Higgins, the Fluxus artist and inventor of the “intermedia” concept.


Ay-O, George Brecht, Robert Filliou, Albert Fine, Geoffrey Hendricks, Alice Hutchins, Joe Jones, Patrick Luchini & John Armleder, Larry Miller, George Maciunas, George Maciunas, Jock Reynolds, Takako Saito, Mieko Shiomi, Ben Vautier, Bob Watts