Artist whose work was featured in the groundbreaking 1962 pop-art exhibit "New Painting of Common Objects" at the Norton Simon Museum. He was a foremost proponent of the Neo-Dada movement.
He attended the Art Academy of Cincinnati after earning a BFA from Ohio University in 1957. He rose to fame through his "Happenings" performance art series.
His "Walking to Borås" was unveiled in May 2008 and was a nine-meter-high bronze statue of a walking Pinocchio.
He grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he attended Walnut Hills High School. He married photographer Diana Michener.