Protected and Preserved (Art edition)
Format: tape box
Genre: Sound Art
Out of stock
Limited edition of 25 hand-numbered copies. Silkscreened wooden box includes; audiotape & 6 inserts (info-sheet, discography, biography, magazine with a selection of recipes, signed name card & portrait (photograph attached to sheet). Eric Andersen developed an interest in intermedia art very early on (as from 1959). In his Opus works from the early 60s, he investigated primarily the open interaction between performer and audience. He developed open works, works that altered themselves, “arte strumentale”. In November 1962, for the first time, he participated in a Fluxus concert at the Festum Fluxorum in the Nikolai Kirke, Copenhagen, and in subsequent years he was involved in a number of Fluxus festivals and actions. From 1962 to 1966, he cooperated closely with Arthur Köpcke. In the late 1960s, Andersen was active in Mail Art, and since the 1970s he has devoted much of his work to an investigation of geographical space.
Cat. number: VOL 46