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Robert Filliou

Greetings From 'L', We Are All Green

Label: Slowscan

Format: Vinyl LP

Genre: Sound Art

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LAST COPIES, price reduced....Awesome and rare album by the french Fluxus artist, filmmaker, "action poet," sculptor, and Happenings maestro Robert Filliou, in a limited, numbered edition of 150 copies. Performed in 1977 at Judson Church November 18, 1977.
Includes insert with biographical information.



Robert Filliou (born 1926 in Sauve, South of France) took 1943 part in the Re'sistance. After the end of World War II he moved to the U.S., worked there for the Coca-Cola company and studied economics in Los Angeles. In the early 50ies he went as an economist to South Korea, by order of the U.N., to develop a plan for the recontruction of Korea. After travelling a lot all over the world he came back to France in 1959. To this time he made his first action poems and his first visual work called "L'Immortelle Mort du Monde" (which is an aleatoric theater piece in form of a text collage). In Arthur Kopckes gallery in Kopenhagen, Filliou had for the first time an exhibition in 1961. In January 1962 he founded his "Galerie Le'gitime", which consisted of his hat, in which he showed his own works as well as those of his friends. With this gallery he took in the same year part on the "Festival of Misfits" in London. He participated in several Fluxus-Festivals and was of the main actors in the Festivals of Fluxus.
In 1966 he wrote his "principles of poetic economy" which leaded in 1968 to his concepts of "equivalence" and "permanent creation". After living in Dusseldorf he finally went back to France in 1975. Nearby Nice he declared a former oil mill to the "1st Territory of the Re'publique Ge'niale".
In october 1984 he lived for 3 years, 3 months and 3 days in a Buddhistic monastery where he died on December, 2 in 1987.

Details
Cat. number: Vol. 12
Year: 2007
Notes:

Performed by Robert Filliou, 1977 at Judson Church November 18, 1977. Limited, numbered edition of 150 copies. Includes insert with biographical information.

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