Launch of new ReSite- Manual of Scores, Manifestos and Radical Actions
ReSite magazine, published by Field Study, will be re-launched with a new format and philosophy of intent. ReSite will no longer be a loose-leaf publication, but instead will take the form of a wire bound manual. ReSite will remain an assembling publication where all pages are to be conceived as having an element of audience participation or interaction. Works can take the form of scores, instructions or interventions, to be realised by the reader.
ReSite is part of the tradition of Fluxus editions where anyone can perform a Fluxus action or score. In addition to the concept brief, future participants should think about their works in a more critical way and tap into the rich tradition of the avant-grade. ReSite will become a manual reflecting the diversity of current alternative practice. Hopefully this will encourage writers and musicians to produce visual scores as well as continuing contributions by conceptual artists.
Here is a random list of influences that might inspire you.
Cornelius Cardew’s Scratch Music, Surrealist Manifesto by Andre Breton, Art-Language, An Anthology edited by La Monte Young and Jackson Mac Low, Fluxus Kits, Notations by John Cage, Grapefruit by Yoko Ono, Neoist Manifestos, Whole Earth Catalogue, Little Red School Book, Potlatch, Situationist Times, Pataphysics, Oulipo, Auto- Destructive Art Manifesto by Gustav Metzger, S.C.U.M. Manifesto by Valerie Solanas, Class War, The Book Of The Law by Aleister Crowley, Anathema of Zos by Austin Osman Spare, writings of Antonin Artaud
Send 40 copies size 21cm x14.8cm (A5). Please leave 2cms on the left hand side for binding. Works can be double sided and can be more than one page. Copies should be flat and landscape format. Pages will be wirebound ReSite is an on going project, issue made every 20 participants. Copy sent to all.
Send to: Field Study, P0 Box 1838 Geelong, VIC 3220 Australia
(Please note: Apart from Field Study Publications sent as gifts/ exchange, spare copies are also sold to institutions and artistbook collectors. Field Study is a non-profit project and all monies rised are ploughed back into the Field for future projects.)