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Flux Reliquary
Date/ 1970
Artist(Credit Line)/ Geoffrey Hendricks
Classification/ Object
Dimensions / 2.6×9.3x12cm
Medium / Plastic box, several objects

Along with the idea of ‘Fluxkit’ that George Maciunas conceived in 1964, Fluxus artists produced multiple editions of kits encompassing a selection of miscellaneous objects and sheets of paper as graphic scores for the user to read or manipulate as with interactive games. The kits were packed together in a small attaché case for sale, which was first advertised in the fourth Fluxus newspaper, fLuxus cc fiVeThReE that also contained Nam June Paik’s essay, Afterlude to the Exposition of Experimental Television. This kit is Geoffrey Hendricks’ Flux Reliquary, and its box divided into seven rooms contain pseudo religious objects and their identification labels. The objects in various media are: a nib part of a truncated ballpoint pen, a coil of blue electronic wire, human fingernail clippings in a capsule, a dried excrement in a square plastic box, a small pebble in a capsule, small brass nails in a capsule, and a fragment of melted yellow plastic. Labels respectively are: 1. Pen used by Theodore of Mopsuestia to write his Nestorian errors, 2. Fragment of rope by which Judas Iscariot hung himself, 3. Finer-nails of Monophysitists cut at the Council of Chalcedon, 4. Holy shit from diners of the Last Supper, 5. The final stone that killed St. James the Less, 6. Nails from the cross of St. Andrew, and 7. Sweat of Lucifer from the heat of Hell
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