Wolf Vostell

Wolf Vostell

March 8 - 29, 2014

Opening Reception:
Saturday, March 8, 6-9pm

On the occasion of the release of the Vinyl-Record 'Fluxus Concert Sara-Jevo' we present an exhibition around this 1994 performance. Curated in collaboration with the Wolf Vostell Estate, Berlin.

Wolf Vostell (1932–1998) was a German painter, sculptor, noise music maker and Happening artist. He is one of the  pioneers of video art, environment-sculptures, Happenings and the Fluxus Movement. Together with Nam June Paik and George Maciunas he organised the Festival 'Festum Fluxorum' in Wiesbaden, Germany in 1962. This festival is considered to be the birth of the Fluxus movement. Vostell was the first artist in history to integrate a television set into a work of art ('Deutscher Ausblick' from 1958).

The LP 'Fluxus Concert Sara-Jevo' (Tochnit Aleph / Edition Telemark) is available in an edition of 450 copies plus 50 copies special-edition.