Mind—Les Levine Media Project was a project in three parts: 52 “See Your Mind” billboards, 5,000 Mind boxes in a shopping mall, and a television spot—all in the city of Langenhagen, Germany, in November, 1995. The boxes were sold and the money donated to a fund for Bosnian children.
On the top of the box are the words “This box is empty,” on the bottom, “This box is form.”
In 1965, Les Levine became the first artist to produce art videos. In 1970 he founded the Museum of Mott Art in Langenhagen, Germany. His work has been seen in hundreds of individual and group exhibitions all over the world.
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