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Audio Arts Volume 2 Number 1

Artist: R. Buckminster Fuller & Joseph Beuys

Year: 1975
Country: United Kingdom
Label: Audio Arts
Catalog No: Audio Arts Volume 2 Number 1
Format: Tape
Spezification:
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Tracklist
 
A –R. Buckminster Fuller At Art Net November 1974  
    At The Institute Of Contemporary Arts November 1974
B1 –Joseph Beuys Description Of Existing World Social And Political Systems  
B2 –Joseph Beuys Re-structuring Of Society By Individual Creativity And Self-Management  
B3 –Joseph Beuys Education As A Strategy For Bringing About Change. Participation-Education-Information  
B4 –Joseph Beuys Evolution From Drawings To Action Art To Environmental Art And Social Structure. I.C.A. Blackboard Environment  
B5 –Joseph Beuys Structure Of School, Practical Problems, Teachers Contracts  
B6 –Joseph Beuys Moving To A More Effective Position As An Artist Within Society  
Credits
  • Edited By [Editor] – W. Furlong*
Notes
Cover photograph: R. Buckminster Fuller 1974 from the Ghost Dance Times.

Side 1: This thirty minute extract from a lecture lasting nearly two hours serves both as an introduction to some of the fundamental concepts behind Fuller's arguments and a unique opportunity to witness the development of his ideas as he speaks.

Side 2: An exhibition called Art into Society, Society into Art took place as the main feature of German Month held at the I.C.A. during November 1974. Christos M. Joachimedes, a German Art critic suggested the original concept for the exhibition which presented aspects of German preoccupation with the relationships between art ideology and politics. Far from being a 'passive' retrospective exhibition of art works, the intention declared by the colloquium, set up by the co-organizers; Christos J. Joachimedes, Norman Rosenthal and the artists participating, was to be an 'active' event with th e artists, if possible, being present. Against this background Joseph Beuys attended and spent the time holding lecture/discussions mainly about his proposed "Free International School for Creativity and Interdisciplinary Research". From many hours of tape it was decided to focus on specific themes within the discussions and to present these as separate bands.

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