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Benoff, Mitch, 1946- (CAVS Fellow 1979-1980, CAVS Student 1991-1993, CAVS Research Affiliate 1993-1995)



  • Existence: 1946    



Mitch Benoff was a fellow at the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies. He first encountered the Center through his studies at MIT's Graduate School of Architecture, participating in the Multiple Interaction Team traveling group show. Later, he joined the Center as a fellow, and returned in the 1990s as a research affiliate and a graduate student at CAVS, receiving the Master of Science in Visual Studies degree. His practice included interior environments and design, light art, special effects for performance and motion picture, and laser art.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for Advanced Visual Studies records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0664
Abstract The Center for Advanced Visual Studies special collection is the repository of a 42 year history of collaborative and time-based productions generated by or related to the tenure of over 200 internationally recognized artist-fellows. The materials include moving images in various time based media, posters and artists’ prints, photographs, and over 130 feet of documents including artists’ notes, sketches, and correspondence. Materials concern the processes and productions of artists including...
Dates: 1962 - 2009