“It’s amazing and a little depressing to think Fluxus has been around for forty years but still feels so fresh and revolutionary, ” says Greg Allen, founding member of the Neo-Futurists and creator of the new show, “Mr. Fluxus.” A “non-movement” founded in the sixties, Fluxus is an erosion of the divisions between different forms of artistic media. “Mr. Fluxus” inhabits all thirteen rooms of the Neo-Futurarium and is designed to challenge the traditional relationship between audience and performance. “[P]eople should not have a ‘policed’ experience,” explains Allen, “[so] we let the audience discover their own path in their own time through the exhibits.” The idea of coaxing people beyond being voyeurs to their own lives is central the show: “The audience eats, rolls, drives, draws, peeks and pokes its way through the show,” says Allen. “I think its what the theatrical experience is all about.” “Mr. Fluxus” runs through December 8, 2007.