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* 1935 in New York City. Lives and works in Warwick, New York.
1953–1957 B.A. in English Literature at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick; 1958 studies art history at Columbia University, New York, and first one-person exhibition; 1960 first theater work; 1963–1964 Cinema Pieces; 1968–1972 vice-president and active member of the association Experiments in Art and Technology; his work is situated between art and technology, installation and performance.