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Plexus International 1982

Plexus  International Center for Urban Resources was founded in New York, in 1982,  by Sandro Dernini, Roberto Brambilla, Gianni Longo and Richard Flood. It was at once an idea and a space at 516 West 25 St. New York. 

The seminal idea of what was called later “Plexus” came out in the fall of 1981, in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, in the kitchen of Sandro Dernini, from all night talks with Giancarlo Schiaffini and other two Italian musicians, Antonello Neri and Massimo Cohen, discussing limitations of expression for experimental art works within cultural institutions setting...

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