Art practices/Single person association
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A single person association is an organisation which sets the maximum size of membership as one.
One example is a Corporation sole which has often been used as regards church property. In advertising for Clint eastwood's film The Outlaw Josey Wales, the slogan ". . . an army of one" was used
However, here we are focussing on Art practices of the Avant-garde.
As such single person associations are used by certian Art movements:
In many ways this complements the Multiple-use name. But is also associated to the practices of:
|Association name||Associated person||Associated Practices||Associated Associations||Period||Movement|
|London Psychogeographical Institute or Society||Ralph Rumney||psychogeography||Situationist International||1957||Situationism|
|Generation Positive||Stewart Home||Publishing: Smile||Neoist Network||1984||Neoism|
|London Psychogeographical Association||Richard Essex||New Lettrist International||1994-2000||Situationism|
|London Psychogeographical Association, Outer Spaceways Incorporated||Richard Bussex||New Lettrist International||1994-2000||Situationism|
|Stewart Home||New Lettrist International||1994-2000|
|Redas Dirzys||Art Strike||DAMTP||2009|