Mama Bär. hydrophobia II. 6:37. B1. –Wataru Kasahara. Wave Manipulation IX. 2:35. Tape, limited to 30 copies, numbered, cover by Kommissar Hjuler. The release is a part of the series FLUXUS +/- by Kommissar Hjuler and the label Psych. Ben Patterson & Brandstifter, Franz Kamin, Kommissar Hjuler - Kinde. Conrad Schnitzler & Gen Ken Montgomery & Mama Bär, Kommissar Hjuler. Jerry Hunt, Philip Krumm, Mama Bär, Kommissar Hjuler - Fluxus. Steve Dalachinsky, Eighty Pound Pug, Kommissar Hjuler, John M. Bennett, Ale. Family Fodder, Kommissar Hjuler - Fluxus In The Bathroom.
Karen Eliot is a name that refers to an individual human being who can be anyone. The name is fixed, the people using it aren't. The purpose of many different people using the same name is to create a situation for which no one in particular is responsible and to practically examine western philosophical notions of identity, individuality, originality, value and truth. Anyone can become Karen Eliot simply by adopting the name, but they are only Karen Eliot for the period in which they adopt the name
Karen Eliot is a name that refers to an individual human being who can be anyone. Karen Eliot was not born, s/he was materialised from social forces, constructed as a means of entering the shifting terrain that circumscribes the 'individual' and society. from "Orientation for the Use of a Context and the Context for the Use of an Orientation" by Karen Eliot, 1987, reprinted in "Smile 11, 1989. The name was used by, among many others Stewart Home, Monty Cantsin, Graf Haufen, Luther Blissett, He Who Ha Ha (a brunkville character), Bert Vanden Berghe, Brunk, Mama Bär.
KG 265 Type: Cassette, Album Country: Germany Date of released: 2016 Category: Non-Music Style: Spoken Word. Luther Blissett - FLUXUS MP3 archive. 11733 downloads at 17 mb/s. Luther Blissett - FLUXUS FLAC archive. 2245 downloads at 19 mb/s. A1. –Luther Blissett & Karen Eliot. Schlauche (Umgebung). A2. –Luther Blissett.
Dancers: Karen Eliot, Chris Komar, Dennis O’Connor, Rob Remley, Robert Swinston. Duets," "Inlets 2," "Fabrications," "Septet". Music: "Inlets" by John Cage, "Short Waves 1985 and SBbr" by Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta, "3 Morceaux en forme de poire," by Erik Satie. Footage: "Duets" camera rehearsal at Westbeth directed by Elliot Caplan, "Inlets" provided by the BAM Hamm Archive, and footage from the Merce Cunningham Trust's archives.