Timeline

1949–1952
Cooper Union School of Art, studied art, graphic art, architecture
1952–1954
Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, studied architecture and musicology. B. of Architecture.
1955–1960
Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, studied European and Siberian art of migrations

Exhibitions

1976
Sept. initiated collaborative flux-labyrinth project, major contribution, to be exhibited at US. Centenial Exhibition, Berlin.
1975
Edition of Hospital even, edited Fluxpack 3, contributed 3 stationary designs, 2 aprons, postage stamp[s, published by Multipla, Milan.
1972
Names spelled with objects, burglary kit, anthology of animal excreta, etc.
1971
Produced, designed and contributed to “This is not here” show of Yoko Ono and John Lennon at Everson Museum, Syracuse.
1970
Smile machine, 64 needle syringe, 12 bird aerophone machine, dancing duck call machine.
1969
Clock faces: decimal, degrees, backward etc. multi-faceted mirror, adding machine, distilled coffee, tea, juices, eggs, containing vodka, noodles, egg-white; tea from ropes, pine cones etc.
1968
Organized and participated in Fux-exhibit, Univ. of Calif. Sand Diego art Col.
1967
Stick-on tattoos of hardware etc. photo aprons (venus de milo, stomach anatomy, Napoleon, etc.)
1967
Designed announcements for paper show and body covering show at Museum of Contemporary Crafts, NYC. Participated in the first.
1966
Designed first prepared ping pong and badminton rackets (undulating, convex, with hole, hinged, elastic etc. surfaces)
1966
Edited & published Fluyearbox 2, anthology of film loops, games and paper events. Contributed 4 film loops.
1965
Edited, designed titles (using various animation and camera techniques) of some 20 films into Flux-film anthology, contributed: films made without camera (sing various adhesive patterns on clear film stock): Artype, 10 feet, end after 9, eyeblink (high speed camera).
1965
Flux-organ (12 bird calls activated by bellows), various chess sets (pieces as grinders, colored balls, sand timers, etc.)
1965
Edited and published Fluxkit, an attaché case with various flux objects produced up to that date.
1964
Edited & published Fluxyearbox 1, anthology of flat objects in envelopes. Contributed a chart on architectural criticism.
1962
Edited, published, designed containers, labels, packaging, other graphics of all flux editions (several hundred items)

Literature

1976
Article on Harpischord Flux recital by Peter Frank in SoHo News.
1976
AQ 16, microdmystification. Contribution in special issue.
1972
Arts & Artist Magazine, England, issue devoted to Fluxus: Edited and contributed to special section of paper events. Oct. issue.
1972
Flux shoe, published by Beau Geste Press, Devon, England.
1970
Article of Flux festival in Village Coice, May 20 & april 30. Happenings & Fluxus Catalog, Cologne, edited by Hans Sohm.
1967–1969
Published in Arch Do, Milan. Also in Da a/u dela, magazine of arts, Milan
1968
Article on Fluxyearbox 2 by Grace Glueck, New York Times, June 16
1966
Essay: US surpasses all nazi genocide records! Publ. by Edizioni di cultura contemporanea, Milan, No.2, ED 912
1965
Tulane Drama Review, designed fluxus fold out section. Also article on Fluxyearbox 1 by John Wilcock in Village Voice, No. 25.
1964
Covered in Postface by Dick Higgins, Something Else Press. Also in John Cage—Notations, 1962 various European newspapers.