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Fluxus is a musical group.

  • albums: "Pura lana vergine", "Non esistere"


Fluxus is a record label.


Fluxus: Fluxus—a name taken from a Latin word meaning "flow, flux"; "flowing, fluid" —is an international network of artists, composers and designers noted for blending different artistic media and disciplines in the 1960s. They have been active in Neo-Dada noise music and visual art as well as literature, urban planning, architecture, and design. Fluxus is sometimes described as intermedia.


  1. Fluxus is the annual Techno-cultural festival of Indian Institute of Technology Indore. Fluxus is 3-day event and generally held in the month of February. Started in 2011, Fluxus now in its 5th edition, has become the largest college festival of Central-India. Fluxus is a college festival managed entirely by the students of IIT Indore.
  2. Fluxus is a live coding environment for 3D graphics, music and games. It uses the programming language Racket to work with a games engine with built-in 3D graphics, physics simulation and sound synthesis. All programming is done on-the-fly, where the code editor appears on top of the graphics that the code is generating. It is an important reference for research and practice in exploratory programming, pedagogy, live performance and games programming.

Phrases with Fluxus

  1. Chortodes Fluxus
  2. Scaphytopius Fluxus
  3. Microtrachelizus fluxus
  4. Species Microtrachelizus Fluxus

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Google previewHuman Physiology, Statical and Dynamical (1856)

Or, The Conditions and Course of the Life of Man by John William Draper

Ubi irritatio ibi fluxus is an old medical aphorism, and these local variations are incompatible with the action of one central unvarying force. In cases of spontaneous gangrene, it sometimes occurs that the circulation through the part has ...

Google previewHuman Physiology, Statical and Dynamical, Or, The Conditions and Course of the Life of Man (1858)

by John William Draper

Ubi irritatio ibi fluxus is an old medical aphorism, and these local variations are incompatible with the action of one central unvarying force. In cases of spontaneous gangrene, it sometimes occurs that the circulation through the part has ...

Google previewA Text-book on Physiology ... (1866)

Being an Abridgment of the Author's Larger Work on Human Physiology by John William Draper

Ubi irritatio ibi fluxus is an old medical aphorism, and these local variations ...

Google previewAcross the Great Divide (2014)

Modernism’s Intermedialities, from Futurism to Fluxus by Christopher Townsend, Alexandra Trott, Rhys Davies

Certainly Fluxus is a community, but it is not uniform or cohesive in its behaviour. Simultaneity is compromised by delay and interruption. What Spatial Poem tells us here, as Santone writes, is that 'community does not exist as something that ...

Google previewComparative Literature: Sharing Knowledges for Preserving Cultural Diversity - Volume II (2009)

by Lisa Block de Behar,Paola Mildonian,Jean-Michel Djian,Djelal Kadir,Alfons Knauth,Dolores Romero Lopez and Marcio Seligmann Silva

Fluxus: Fluxus is an art movement founded in 1962 by George Maciunas (1931- 78), a Lithuanian-American artist. It is noted for the blending of different artistic disciplines, primarily visual art but also music and literature. It is a playful artistic ...

Google previewARTPOOL - The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe (2013)

History of an active archive for producing, networking, curating, and researching art since 1970 by György Galántai, Julia Klaniczay

(Study exhibition about the context of, and parallels between, Hungarian and international fluxus and conceptual art) Just like a haiku is not 17 syllables but rather a moment, “one way or another, fluxus is a creature of the fluid moment,” writes ...

Google previewInvention of a People (2015)

by Janae Sholtz

Socio-politically, Fluxus is a post-Second World War development coming out of influences that largely span from 1940 to 1960. This was a period of significant social and political change: postwar disillusionment, the Vietnam War and the civil ...

Google previewInternational Record of Medicine (1898)

Ubi irritatio, ibi fluxus is a valuable pathological maxim, but, inasmuch as Americans do not suffer this way more than other nations, and that we do suffer vastly more from nasal catarrh, other aetiological factors must be sought. Even after the ...

Google previewDictionary of Medical Vocabulary in English, 1375–1550 (2016)

Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri

c1425 *BernLilium 120r: Fluxus þat [makiþ] a man swony is mortel. B. Combinations. B1. fluxus dysentericus. Excessive discharge of loose stools mixed with blood (in some texts, also mucus); severe irritation of large ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Contemporary Art (2016)

by Ann Lee Morgan

A loosely defined international tendency emphasizing freedom, spontaneity, impermanence, and individualism, fluxus put forth a constellation of ideas and strategies that continue to resonate to the present day. However, the movement ...

Google previewAn Universal Etymological English Dictionary; Comprehending the Derivations of the Generality of Words in the English Tongue, Either Ancient Or Modern, ... and Also a Brief and Clear Explication of All Difficult Words, ...together with a Large Collection and Explication of Words and Phrases Used in Our Ancient Statutes, Chartes, Writs, Old Records, and Processes in Law; ... Containing Many Thousand Words More Than Either Harris Philips, Kersey, Or Any English Dictionary Before Extant. To Wich is Added, a Collection of Our Most Common Proverbs, with Their Explication and Illustration. The Whole Work Compil'd and Methodically Digested, ... By N. Bailey, Philologos (1757)

FLUX [fluxus, L.] a Flood or ...

Google previewLexicon Nosologicum Polyglotton Omnium Morborum Symptomatum Vitiorumque Naturae Et Affectionum Propria Nomina Decem Diversis Linguis Explicata Continens (1801)

by Philipp Andreas Nemnich

Fluxus serosus. Or t h o p n o e a. Impedita respiratio. O s c e d o. Oscitatio. O s c h e o c e l e. Hernia scrotalis. O SCIT A TIO. Germ. Gähnen. ABelg. Geeuwing. Dan.

Google previewThe Century dictionary and cyclopedia (1906)

a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge with a new atlas of the world by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

fluxus, pp. of fluere, flow : see fluent, flux.] Capable of undergoing flux or change ; specifically, fusible. [Obsolete in fig. urative uses.] ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Terminology, Dental Surgery, and the Collateral Sciences (1867)

by Chapin Aaron Harris, Ferdinand James Samuel Gorgas

Fluxus ; from fluere, to flow. In Chemistry, any highly fusible substance or mixture, as the sub-borate of soda, employed in the fusion of metals. In Physiol. ogy, a natural discharge, as the menstrual flux. In Pathology, a morbid evacuation, as in ...

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