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by Dick Higgins
Author: Dick Higgins
Publisher: Printed Editions; 1St Edition edition (1978)
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A Dialectic of Centuries book. Dick Higgins was co-founder of Happenings and later Fluxus.
A Dialectic of Centuries book. He was active in music, studying with John Cage and Henry Cowell and is the author of many books of poetry including Buster Keaton Enters Into Paradise (Left Hand) and Book About Love And Death (Something Else), Cultural Writing.
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Modernism Since Postmodernism: Essays on Intermedia completed Dick Higgins' critical trilogy that began with A Dialectic of Centuries: Notes Towards a Theoryof the New Arts and continued with his Horizons: The Poetics and Theory of Intermedia. A fluxperson, artist, poet, composer, and scholar of intermedia, Higgins also authored Pattern Poetry: Guide to an Unknown Literature, among numerous other works. He died in October of 1998. Dick Higgins from the Foreword to Modernism Since Postmodernism: "Of course kitsch can be fun.
A Dialectic of Centuries: Notes towards a Theory of the . Dick Higgins' page on UbuWeb. Intermedia Tribute to Dick Higgins. Dick Higgins Intermedia book back in print with SDSU Press scroll down, near the bottom.
A Dialectic of Centuries: Notes towards a Theory of the New Arts collected many of his essays and theoretical works in 1976. The daughter of Higgins and Knowles, Hannah Higgins, is the author of Fluxus Experience, an authoritative volume about the Fluxus movement. Ruud Janssen interview with Dick Higgins about mail art. Works by or about Dick Higgins in libraries (WorldCat catalog).
A Dialectic of Centuries. Notes towards a theory of the new arts. A walk on the inside. Presented here in a new translation, with a historical introduction by the translators, Fear and Trembling and Repetition are the most poetic and personal of Søren Kierkegaard's pseudonymous writings. Published in 1843 and written under the names Johannes de Silentio and Constantine Constantius, respectively, the books demonstrate Kierkegaard's transmutation of the personal into the lyrically religious. Each work uses as a point of departure Kierkegaard's breaking of his engagement to Regine Olsen-his sacrifice of "that single individual. Dick Higgins died of a heart attack while attending an event in Quebec, Canada.
Dick Higgins (born Cambridge, England 1938, died Quebec, Canada 1998) was a composer, poet, printer, and early Fluxus artist. A Dialectic of Centuries: Notes towards a Theory of the New Arts collected many of his essays and theoretical works in 1976. Like many of the other Fluxus artists, he studied composition with John Cage. He married artist Alison Knowles in 1960. He founded Something Else Press in 1963, which published many important texts by artists including Gertrude Stein, Marshall McLuhan, Emmett Williams, Claes Oldenburg, George Brecht, Daniel Spoerri, Bern Porter, Ray Johnson, Ken Friedman, and others.