New York: Fluxus, 1966. 14 1/2 x 32 1/4", offset litho on white paper.
An early spatial poem by Chieko Shiomi, dating from early in her time in New York. One of the most powerful of the early Fluxus products, which both emphasises the quotidien and exemplifies the global nature of the movement. With contributions by Akimichi Takeda, Kuniharu Akiyama, Fred Lieberman, Joe Jones, Alison Knowles, Robert Watts, Dick Higgins, Esther Kaplan, Ay-o, john Willenbacher, Irwin Fleminger, Michael Smith, Peter Moore, Diter Rot, S. D. Sauerbier, Ben Patterson, Adja Yunkers, John Sharkey, Victor Musgrave, Arthur Køpke, Cavan McCarthy, Robert Bozzi, Ben Vautier, Serge Oldenburg, Paolo Castaldi, Bohumila Grögerová, Ludwig Gosewitz, Bengt Af Klintberg, Stanley Brouwn, Wolf Vostell, John Cage, and many more.
Folded twice, with some toning, particularly to one panel, and some faint scattered foxing. Very good. Item #26765