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The Soft Geometry Archives

The Soft Geometry Archive was built up by Géza Perneczky in Cologne, Germany. The archive consists primarily of publications by artists since the 1970s and works from the art movements of late Fluxus, Mail Art, and visual and experimental poetry. The collection includes works by artists from all over the world, for instance Latin America and Japan. Works by East-European artists constitute about 25 percent of the content.



  • English
  • Hungarian

Name of collection

  • The Soft Geometry Archives, Center for Artists' Publications / Weserburg

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content


  • Unknown type: 500-999
  • graphics: 1000-
  • graphics: 1000-
  • graphics: 1000-
  • photos: 100-499

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • international


Date of founding

  • 1973

Place of founding


Access type

  • completely open to the public


  • Perneczky, Géza (2004) NETWORK ATLAS, Works and Publications by the People of the First Network, A Historical Atlas for the Post-Fluxus Movements as Mail Art, Visual Poetry, Copy Art, Stamp Art & Other Relative Trends with Addresses, Projects, Publications & Exhibition Events (Unedited manuscript) Volume 1: A - N, Volume 2: O - Z, Soft Geometry, Cologne

Part of network

Author(s) of this page

  • Beöthy, Balázs


Perneczky, Géza, interview by Beöthy, Balázs, August 25, 2016. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

Last edited on: 2017-12-31 09:03:02