Re: FLUXLIST: Apologies to Alan Bowman

2004-06-21 Thread Kathy Forer
On 6/20/04 2:06 PM, secret fluxus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We did not intend the mildly irate reply that we posted by misreading the header on his short note as the header for Allan Revich's long note and harsh list of labels. But is or isn't Allen Revich one of you? Has he not at one time

FLUXLIST: Lord Russell's Pair of Dogs

2004-06-21 Thread secret fluxus
Dear Ms. Forer, We don't recall whether Allan Revich signed one of his messages as Secret Fluxus, but he is not one of us. We have made the astonished discovery that artists in several places now claim to be members of Secret Fluxus. There is a simple way to tell who is NOT a member of Secret

Re: FLUXLIST: Lord Russell's Pair of Dogs

2004-06-21 Thread Ray Noman
Title: Re: FLUXLIST: Lord Russell's Pair of Dogs Hi! Does this mean that secretFLUXUStrevallyn are a bunch of impostors charlatans fraudulent pretenders ratbags irrelevant imitators extraneous prats unimportant fools con-artist insignificant people false profits OR simply

FLUXLIST: portrait of secret fluxus

2004-06-21 Thread alanfffo
Dear All, I know it's not a terribly new idea, and borrows heavily from Robin Crozier, but about a Portrait of Secret Fluxus piece - electronic media - jpg, gif, bmp, .txt, html, (even very small sound files) The fffo could host the files on a website. 'hard copy' pieces could be sent via

RE: FLUXLIST: Re;Fluxlist;Piano Drop/DUANE EDDY LIVES!

2004-06-21 Thread Roger Stevens
Duane does Dylan? Wow, I say again. Ill search out a copy right away. Thanks Roger Visit The Poetry Zone http://www.poetryzone.co.uk -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David-Baptiste Chirot Sent: 20 June 2004 20:10

Re: FLUXLIST: portrait of secret fluxus

2004-06-21 Thread alanfffo
Dear All I have recieved the first entry for A Portrait of Secret Fluxus C'mon, c'mon, c'mon!! let's have those entries - doesn't have to be pictorial Shall I set a deadline? Please feel free to send this out to whoever you wish I hope Secret Fluxus will participate too!

Re: FLUXLIST: John

2004-06-21 Thread John M. Bennett
Ours did make us a piece of mail art once. Quite nice, too. But he never come sharply; always a tad rumpled - John At 12:26 PM 6/20/2004 -0400, you wrote: John, my mailman came today at 11:11 sharply. He walks gives me a gift of mail He has never sent me a letter. by Madawg

FLUXLIST: Johnee's Cussin Jar

2004-06-21 Thread John M. Bennett
For father's day yesterday, Lady C gave me a ceramic jar with the words Cussin Jar on the side. Not sure exactly what it's supposed to be used for, I have taken this matter into my own hands, and request your gracious participation. (Might be especially appropriate for FLUXLIST, given

Re: FLUXLIST: Johnee's Cussin Jar

2004-06-21 Thread michael leigh
--Some curses by the 5 year old son of a friend of mine- Dirty red trumpets! Stupid big clay! - John M. Bennett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For father's day yesterday, Lady C gave me a ceramic jar with the words Cussin Jar on the side. Not sure exactly what it's supposed to be used for, I

Re: FLUXLIST: Johnee's Cussin Jar

2004-06-21 Thread ArtnAnts
pumphead- used to say it when I was little-feels very good to say it viciously

Re: FLUXLIST: Apologies to Alan Bowman

2004-06-21 Thread Allan Revich
Just to clear things up... I am not affiliated in any way at all with Secret Fluxus except that we both post to this list. Secret Fluxus did (very kindly) once perform a piece that I dedicated to them. As far as I know they are located geographically in England. I am in Toronto, Canada. Allan

FLUXLIST: Secret Fluxus and Me.

2004-06-21 Thread Allan Revich
I think that I need to post some clarification to the list regarding my views expressed towards Secret Fluxus. 1) I should state from the outset that I admired this group a great deal when they joined and began posting to the fluxlist. 2) I continue to admire Secret Fluxus a great deal.

Re: RE: FLUXLIST: Get into the spirit ?

2004-06-21 Thread badgergirl
Allow me to be of assistance. They work with butter and eggs. They are short-order cooks at the International House of Pancakes. Ask about their orange crepes! A delight! BadgerGirl From: Allan [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 2004/06/19 Sat PM 01:50:58 EDT To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE:

FLUXLIST: portrait of secret fluxus announcemental

2004-06-21 Thread Alan Bowman
dear all and sundried the cantankerous old buggers of the 'freeformfreakout organisation not the most original idea that now then was it? division' are somewhat embarassed to present: A Portrait of Secret Fluxus. A call for 'portraits' of Secret Fluxus in a form suitable for hosting on the FFFO

Re: FLUXLIST: further for the yoko ono egg drop soup

2004-06-21 Thread ArtnAnts
In a message dated 6/20/04 12:59:10 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: when the egg had been dropped for yoko ono egg drop soup-- exclaim: YOLK! Oh NO! Did you hear about the new show by Yoko Nono? It's all black. Its being held at the Noma

Re: FLUXLIST: Sorry for mixing Alan with Allan

2004-06-21 Thread ArtnAnts
In a message dated 6/20/04 11:41:35 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: This might be the time to introduce this list to the notion of UPG Unconditional Positive Regard. I UPG you too Ray-Dawg

Re: FLUXLIST: Johnee's Cussin Jar

2004-06-21 Thread ArtnAnts
In a message dated 6/21/04 6:50:27 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: --Some curses by the 5 year old son of a friend of mine- "Dirty red trumpets!" "Stupid big clay!" I will add Madawg Jr's latest 10 year old expletives: Vagina! Breastmilk! and you Boner!!!

Re: FLUXLIST: Secret Fluxus and Me.

2004-06-21 Thread Ray Noman
Title: Re: FLUXLIST: Secret Fluxus and Me. After Monday next Ill be able to give a serious response to this and I look forward to doing so as it deserves on! In the meantime doyinhahutel zulli fut zajung worldSILLYweek June 18 to 28 2004 11 Days of sanctioned social transgression and

Re: FLUXLIST: Sorry for mixing Alan with Allan

2004-06-21 Thread Ray Noman
Title: Re: FLUXLIST: Sorry for mixing Alan with Allan GEEE shucksss [:) Ray _from way out on the edge eMail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (when the servers up) On 22/6/04 1:45 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In a message dated 6/20/04 11:41:35 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: This

FLUXLIST: Guls, Ym

2004-06-21 Thread John M. Bennett
Guls slug or hand guls ro nah flanking you raor you “roar” flanking skull drinks ylraep in yr elohssa lluks dance ,sknird an pearls yr pil chawed lip a decnad faucet ,esoh whirling in the citta ro yr strohs .hose shorts ,dedworc pih an attic penciled ria hip crowded hsulf yr lung pencil

FLUXLIST: WTC.XTC

2004-06-21 Thread djehan
Dear All Do you wish to bend the curve of space-time, at last ? just a quick mail to inform you about the WTC.XTC project : a 2H20 hypersonic freshcore audio trip + veryverystrangevideos around the aesthetics of the fall. Cheers, http://www.hangars-liquides.com

FLUXLIST: yeeeaaahhh!

2004-06-21 Thread Alan Bowman
georg!! half time : france 1 - switzerland 1 croatia 1 - england 2 i have every concievable thing crossed (oh! and a fridge full of beer, which will help regardless of final scores!) saluti! alan

Re: FLUXLIST: You don't know what you've been missing

2004-06-21 Thread ArtnAnts

Re: FLUXLIST: Jon

2004-06-21 Thread ArtnAnts
Jon, my mailman he gives me this incredible gift, see. Then he worries that its wrong-- maybe it's the junk mail. I'm not sure why he thinks this way. by Madawg

Re: FLUXLIST: You don't know what you've been missing

2004-06-21 Thread Allan Revich
And I probably never will. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 21, 2004 3:57 PM Subject: Re: FLUXLIST: You don't know what you've been missing

Re: FLUXLIST: yeeeaaahhh!

2004-06-21 Thread Alan Bowman
YEEEAA!! for England. (sniff) for Switzerland - I really was hoping at !/2 time Georg oh well.. bests alan

FLUXLIST: a Happy solstice/soulsustenance day to all!

2004-06-21 Thread David-Baptiste Chirot
Happy Sol/Soulsistice/sustenance Day to all- and, a belated Happy Father's Day to all--fathers-- and also Happy Birthday yesterday to Kurt Schwitters-- MSN 9 Dial-up Internet Access fights spam and pop-ups – now 3 months FREE!

Re: FLUXLIST: point and click

2004-06-21 Thread brian
pardon the delay... i will send off a disc soon thanks, - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2004 1:57 PM Subject: Re: FLUXLIST: point and click In a message dated 6/15/04 3:57:14 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: FLUXLIST: Lord Russell's Pair of Dogs

2004-06-21 Thread Bertrand Clavez
Dear Secret FLuxus, Your lasts posts are the best Fluxus and the most fluxian contributions you've ever made to the list, please keep on, I really loved the whole mixud-up of confusion about the apologies to the wrong people for having mispelled their names sent to the wrong person about the

Re: FLUXLIST: up to date

2004-06-21 Thread brian
hello Don and thanks for the intrest. i have figured out a way to release it in a different manner and still have the toy submissions included. during the initial planing of the toy box, i put together a notebook full of ideas, ramblings, and other misc. this was the main reason that the box

RE: FLUXLIST: Lord Russell's Pair of Dogs

2004-06-21 Thread Allan
More fun with names! Bertrand, I think the list that you are referring to was actually mine (Allan) and not Alan's. I think that things would be simpler if we all just assumed that Alan (Bowman) and Allan (Revich) were one and the same person. Speaking for myself, (Allan Revich) I don't have a

FLUXLIST: a multiple

2004-06-21 Thread brian
hello i am starting a multiple project which would meld mail art with sound. if you are interested then please send me your physical address. i will be sending out the pieces as quick as possible. the instructions on what to do next will be included. hope this is fun for you. thanks,

Re: FLUXLIST: secret fluxus' pianoforte Drop

2004-06-21 Thread Kathy Forer
That was just perfect! I still hope the pianos are beyond repair, but now it makes sense. On Jun 20, 2004, at 3:09 PM, zoe marsh wrote: This is a bit from 'Not Fade Away' by Jim Dodge, one of my favourite writers. It's about two blokes, one of whom is a horn player, wrecking a car for