Doll hidden in cone
Doll emerging from cone
Doll with eyeball headdress
Doll without eyeball headdress

Shown here is one of the three surviving examples of the Fluxus Indian EYE DOLL. This "pop up" doll comes with its own mask, a small removeable cloth sack adorned with an eyeball--a popular symbol in Fluxus Indian culture. A life-size version of this mask, the Eyeball Headdress, was worn during Fluxus Indian parades and celebrations.

Note the Fluxus Indian Television Test Pattern symbol displayed on the garment.

Eye Doll donated to the Fluxus Indian Museum by Celia Bukoff.

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