StAuby Tamás, 1969
When a military decree prohibited the people from listening to the radio, a recipe was invented, and since it did not request talent, skill, knowledge, mastership, virtuosity, etc., anybody could make it in the sense of Fluxus, many people realized it: “Listen to a newspaper-covered brick on the street!”. So, the soldiers confiscated thousands of this non-art-art pieces all around the country.
The Czechoslovak Radio 1968 was made in 1969 following the original recipe slightly changed to a portable memorial against war as homage to the natural inventiveness of the people: “Listen to a sulphur-covered brick on the street!”. It is an unlimited multiple, I made several of them occasionally during the following years. (I don’t know if it was made later by someone else also.)