About the event

From quatrains to construction, publication to prefabrication, Fluxkits to Fluxhouse Cooperatives: the work of George Maciunas, Alison Knowles, and other artists associated with Fluxus repeatedly established an equivalence between the printed page and the architectural edifice. In same period, architectural discourse was exploited by artists seeking to site their work in magazine spreads. Join Colby Chamberlain (Columbia University, and Senior Editor at Triple Canopy) as he uncovers the role of architectural thought in transforming the terms of artists’ publishing. Rachel Valinsky will introduce the evening.

Co-sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in Art History, the Graduate Center, CUNY.