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1. icon: author Dieter Daniels «Television-Art or anti-art? Conflict and cooperation between the avant-garde and the mass media in the 1960s and 1970s»
Paik's Wuppertal project. According to the invitation, the private, non-commercial Smolin Gallery was presenting «Wolf Vostell & Television Decollage & Decollage Posters & Comestible Decollage.» As this suggests, the exhibition, similarly to Paik's, consisted of several sections, which Vostell lists as [more]more
2. icon: author Rudolf Frieling «Reality/Mediality Hybrid Processes Between Art and Life»
inspired Wolf Vostell to coin the famous term «dé-coll/age,» (variously adapted in titles including «Television Décollage,» «TV-Décollage no.1,» and «TV-dé-collage für Millionen»). [more]more
3. icon: author Inke Arns «Social Technologies Deconstruction, subversion, and the utopia of democratic communication»
or subliminal warfare, in the 1980s. Important initiatives within the Fluxus movement were Wolf Vostell's «Television Décollage»[19] and Nam June Paik's 1960s and 1970s works, in which he approaches television analytically and critically and [more]more