Reaktion 2, 1976
Contributors are Francisco Pino, Adolf Luther, Norbert Kricke, George Brecht, Hubertus Gojowczyk, Alan Czarnowski, Stephan Kukowski, Vera Röhm, Rolf Bendgens, Geza Perneczky, Arnulf Rainer. 46 (unnumbered) sheets of varying sizes and materials in original pictorial vinyl ring binder. Title page by Arnulf Rainer.
12 1/2h x 10 1/2w x 2d in
31.75h x 26.67w x 5.08d cm
Edition of 1,000
Very Alternative Art, n.d.
Stamping on strip of toilet paper. Each section has an original rubber stamp with the word 'shit' in French, English, German, Slovakian, Hungarian, Arabic and Chinese.
As originally housed in a transparent plastic bag.
4h x 6w in
10.16h x 15.24w cm
Hungarian Géza Perneczky is an art historian, writer and conceptual artist who is part of the Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde. In 1970 Perneczky emigrated to Cologne, where he lives and works today. Perneczky is recognized on the international art scene as one of the founders of the post-fluxus mail art movement, a movement which has also helped define the character of his conceptual works.