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  • If you ever want to come build with us, come by our West Oakland warehouse. We will put you to work!
  • vineyard
  • FLUXcycles
  • Classes to the public – My First Poofer!
  • Oakland Parks & Rec – installation in parks throughout the city
    Installation-based temporal pieces such as the Temple of Flux & Colony as well as more sculptural pieces which continue to tour and be shown such as BroillyFlock and the Fishbug
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  • If you ever want to come build with us, come by our West Oakland warehouse. We will put you to work!
  • building art through community - building community through art

    1. 1. building art through community building community through art
    2. 2. Only on condition of a radical widening of definition will it be possible for art and activities related to art to provide evidence that art is now the only evolutionary-revolutionary power. Only art is capable of dismantling the repressive effects of a senile social system to build a SOCIAL ORGANISM AS A WORK OF ART. This most modern art discipline – Social Sculpture/ Social Architecture – will only reach fruition when every living person becomes a creator, a sculptor, or architect of the social organism. Only then would the insistence on participation of the action art of FLUXUS and Happening be fulfilled. – Joseph Beuys
    3. 3. collaboration: (n) 1. the act of working with another or others on a joint project radical: (adj) . thoroughgoing or extreme, especially as regards change from accepted or traditional forms: 2. favoring drastic political, economic, or social reforms: radical ideas; radical and anarchistic ideologues.
    4. 4. • A happening, events based
    5. 5. Temple of Flux
    6. 6. • Temple at night image
    7. 7. • Temple burn
    8. 8. The OMG Factor • O – Oooooh, the Awe factor • M – Me, Connecting to self • G – Group, Connecting to Others
    9. 9. Platform of Permission • Gratitude • Support • Access • Vulnerability • Experimentation • Listening • Scaffolding • Horizontal Leadership • Patience
    10. 10. Temple of Flux
    11. 11. www.fluxfoundation.org info@fluxfoundation.org twitter :: facebook :: flickr - fluxfoundation

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