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Filliou, Robert


Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:

From Political to Poetical Economy / Filliou, Robert ; Watson S., 1995

Identifier: CC-13341-13642
Scope and Contents

This exhibition was curated by Scott Watson who also wrote the introductory essay. This catalogue deals mainly with Filliou's video poetry ouevre. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

futura: Galerie Legitime. No.26 / Robert Filliou., 1968

Identifier: CC-27481-28529
Scope and Contents

A note states, "A gift from Robert Filliou who in 1962 carried tiny works of art inside his hat baptized Galerie Legitime." The diagram folded along its lines forms a hat. This work was loaned to the Museum of Modern Art NYC for their exhibition, "Eye on Europe: prints, books & mutiples 1960 to now." For this exhibition, one copy was folded into a hat and stored in a papercard folder with a label. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1968

Idiot-Ci, Idiot-La / Filliou, Robert., 1977

Identifier: CC-12283-12507
Scope and Contents

Each postcard asks a simple-minded question. The subtitle of this series is "Ample Food for Stupid Thought." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1977

Installation Project 1998 / Baroni V ; Fierens L ; Galantai G ; Sutherland WM ; Filliou R ; Bulatov D ; Collins P ; Maggi R ; Tavenner P ; Netmail ; Cook G ; Summers R ; Lebel JJ ; Filliou R., 1998

Identifier: CC-42705-44724
Scope and Contents

The texts are interviews with artists involved with installation art who answer the following questions: Why did you choose to make installations and not anything else? What do you think of your own works? What do you think the difference is between your own work and other installations? What do you think of the relationship of traditional art work and installation? What is the size and material of an installation determined by? Is there any object or idea that can not be installed? -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1998

Letter to Carl Loeffler / Crozier, Robin; Baroni V; Filliou R; Gaglione B; Vigo EA; Xerra W; Zurbrugg N; Spiegelman L; Sackner MA; Saito T; Miccini E; Minkoff G; Padin C; Kostelanetz R., 1981

Identifier: CC-18877-19255
Scope and Contents

In response to Loeffler's request for a critical essay for his "Book on Correspondence Art" Crozier describes what it would be like to receive work from his colleagues in the mail art network. The narrative mentions over 450 names, all listed in alphabetical order. Mentions "Marvin Sackner who is the only non-artist in here or is he now..." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1981

L'Immortelle Mort du Monde / Filliou, Robert., 1967

Identifier: CC-13079-13374
Scope and Contents

Aphorisms are printed in a 10 x 10 grid (for 10 performers) with magic marker colors outlining the text in each square. Not referenced in Silverman Fluxus Codex. This is Filliou's first visual work: He wrote it as "Auto-Theater" in Sept. 1960 in Paris dedicated to Daniel Spoerri. The piece was performed once only in Liege (F) 1968 by 10 actors. The Something Else-print is the score for this "dynamic theater performance" that was conceived after the principle of contingency. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1967