(Latin: “flow”). Fluxus was an international network of artists and composers founded by the Lithuanian/American artist George Maciunus in 1960. Maciunas said that the purpose of Fluxus was to “promote a revolutionary flood and tide in art.” Fluxus had no single unifying style; artists used a range of media and engaged in experimental performances that emphasized the artistic process over the finished product. Prominent artists associated with the group include Yoko Ono, Shigeko Kubota, Nam June Paik and Josef Beuys. Web resource here.

Yoko Ono. Cut Piece. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York. 1965.