While there has been little consensus about what Fluxus really was, it is widely recognised that Fluxus played an important role in the broadening of what came to be considered art. But there is a consensus that the artists who took part in Fluxus activities, in cities such as Wiesbaden, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Amsterdam, London, and New York the 1960s, have left a legacy of sometimes quite ephemeral works that do not fit easily into standard media categories. 
After our analysis of Marcel Duchamp’s Readymades and especially his Boîtes as specific milestones on the borderline between sculptures and books, during PWA2020, it seems only logical to put our focus on Multiples and Fluxkits in 2021. Born partly from the Duchampian legacy and a profoundly radical view about the role of art in society, in the experimental context of the neo-avant gardes, they are serious nonsense-objects packed with small objects to be held in the hand, read, and manipulated.