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A different form of art
Fluxus art movement comes to CFA in Yoko Ono Fan Club exhibition
By MEGAN WEAL
The man sitting open-legged on the small stool is eating noodles from a takeaway box.
The stagnant and lingering smell fills the air and clings to the room. People circle around him; they write notes on strips of paper and place them in a brown paper bag that sits in front of him.
He doesnt try to spark conversation with his audience; he doesnt nosily peek at what theyre writing he eats his noodles. He is art. The audience is art. Everything is art.
The Visual Arts Gallery in UBs Center For the Arts has been transformed into an interactive playground of art. The Yoko Ono Fan Club exhibit has filled the space.
The exhibition revolves around the Fluxus art movement