Los Angeles-based musician known for his sculptures, movies, and functions of transgressive functionality artwork. Known for “Hill Bowling” from 1969 and “Keep an Apple inside your Armpit” from 1970. He examined painting on the San Francisco Artwork Institute and video and film on the School of Southern California. He was inspired by such topics as Disneyland, B-movies, cleaning soap operas, and comic books. He made a huge inflated little bit of excrement for just one of his displays, which was found by the blowing wind and unintentionally hurled right into a power series and a children’s house. He was raised in Sodium Lake Town, Utah. His reputation in america was comparable to contemporary musician Louise Bourgeois’ reputation in France.