New York: np, 1998. Offset. 8 ½ x 11 in. Spiral bound. 30 pp. Very good. Item #6084
A self-published essay from one of America’s most idiosyncratic artists and philosophers.
Flynt was part of the minimalist movement in the early 1960s; his eccentric, oddball theories and political sectarianism placed him to the Left and far afield of his more famous avant-garde contemporaries. In this essay, Flynt expounds on the nature of human relations and seeks to disconnect from the traditional epistemology embedded in them.
“Self-actuation is not all friendliness and cooperation...it is more advantageous to persevere than to lie down on the side of the road and die.”.