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Geboren in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1948 | Ausbildung: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design; University of Alberta, Edmonton | President: Tattoo Society of New York | Teaching 1975-79: Alberta College of Art, University of Alberta Extension, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design | Visiting Artist: Alberta College of Art, SUNY University, Purchase NY, Marymount University, N]., Cal Arts Film Festival 5 Los Angeles, CA, University of Rutgers, New School N.Y.C., University of Evansville, Ind., University of Alberta University of Calgary Glenbow Museum Political | Created strategy to save 8th. street Shul (occupied, siege, squat, resulted in million dollar law suit and saved building).
Archiv:2000 Videotapes, 3/4 Million photographs, used by a number of Authors, Students, the Smithsonian Institute, and for International projects. Produced fifty-six 30 min. and 10 two 1 hour Clayton Presents a weekly or special Television series on Manhattan Cable and Paragon Cable TV Systems. Hundreds of real life documentary videos: riots, drugs, artists, poets, drag queens, magic, tattoos & body modification, religion, police actions, neighborhood people, parades, street activity and so on, Tompkins Sq. Park Police Riot (Video-3 hr. 33 min.) Aug. 6-7, 1988. Video footage included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Archives, Dinkemsville Footage 15 used by HELIOS PRODUCTION, CNN, A Current Affair, Witness Video (NBC), Inside Edition (CBS), Street Stories Court TV, CNBC, Entertainment Tonight, Paramount Pictures, Rakowitz Story, CNBC-TV.
Bibliografie:Janet L. Abu-Lughod, From Urban Village to the East Village. The Battle for New York's Lower Eat Side, New York, 2002. Richard Kostelanetz, Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes. And Soho. The Rise and Fall of an Artists Community. Howard French, Todd Purdum and Michael Wines, New York Times, 1988. Colin Moynihan, Lens on the Lower East Side, The New York Times, 1999.