At the Bell Telephone Laboratories (Murray Hill, N.J., U.S.) during the 1960’s, Ralph Flynn focused primarily on researching the amplification of electrical signals (high-speed repeaters). For 9 Evenings
, he helped Fred Waldhauer build the Proportional Control System and developed some of the TEEM components. In 1967, Flynn joined Per Biorn and Robby Robinson to create the light and sound modulation system used by Carolee Schneeman in her performance Snows
(1967). He also worked on Solstice
(1968) by Robert Rauschenberg.
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