Action Art: A Bibliography of Artists' Performance from Futurism to Fluxus and Beyond

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Title Index
A
ABC We Print Anything 3017-3018
Air Condition 1945
Aktion Mann 2317
American Moon, The 3341, 3359-3361
Antwort Happening 3276
Apple Shrine 2063, 2083, 3678
Autobodys 2579
B
Ball 3362-3363
Bauhaus Dances 190, 195, 199, 201-204, 212, 216, 218-229
Beauty Parlor 3678
Berlin Fever 396
Big Laugh 2082
Birds 1988
Black Dirt 3699
Blindsight 1910
Blues for Marcel Duchamp 1647
Bon Marche 1962, 2076
Breasts of Tiresias, The See Les Mamelles de Tiresias
Brig, The 359
Burning Building, The 1485, 1492
C
Calling 1949
Candy 2361
Car Crash 1130, 1140, 1142, 1144
Chekov Machine, The 2084
Chicken 1962
Chicken Destruction Realization 2743, 2752
Coca Cola, Shirley Cannonball? 1937
Comfort Zones 1911
Construction of Boston, The 2947
Courtyard, The 1937
D
Days Off 1913
Demiurge, The 1952
Desire Caught by the Tale 2225
Dirty Pictures 3019-3022
Dogs and Chinese Not Allowed 3238, 3258, 3307
Dramma Senza Titolo 74
E
Easy 1914, 1953
Eat 2059, 2066, 3678
Eating 9154
Echo-Logy 1915, 1954
Eclipse 3364-3365

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