Correspondence, manuscripts, conceptual and mail artwork, and ephemera documenting Ken Friedman's affiliation with Fluxus
art movement spearheaded by George Maciunas. The collection includes examples of Friedman's Fluxus offset press, art work
of other Fluxus artists, publications by Aktual, and examples of work by the Cleveland poet d.a. levy. Significant correspondents
include George Brecht, John Cage, Dick Higgins, Ray Johnson, Milan Knizak, d.a. levy, George Maciunas, Jerry Rubin, and Paul
Kenneth S. Friedman (born September 19, 1949- ) attended Shimer College (1966-1967) where he studied music theory and composition
with Richard Maxfield. He later received an MS from San Francisco State University in 1971 and, after that a Ph.D. from the
Graduate School of Human Behavior at U.S. International University in 1976. From 1967-1968, he was an instructor at San Francisco
State College Experimental College, where he taught course in the literature of surrealism, the avant-garde, and expanded
7.8 Linear feet
(9 archives boxes and 31 oversize folders)
Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.
Original media formats are restricted. Viewing/listening copies may be available for researchers.