Oral history interview with Ray Johnson, 1968 Apr. 17 – Oral Histories | Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

This is terrific……….

RAY JOHNSON: “Thinking of one’s childhood as a tape, if one is born and begins to live the way this tape begins, things go very slowly. And in public libraries which I used to find myself in, the different kinds of books are in different sections . If you want biography to be . . . I’m interested in these things that work like tape machines and places like drug stores. I saw a marvelous movie last night that cost five cents…………… http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/interviews/oral-history-interview-ray-johnson-13236


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