Mark Setteducati Inventor Bio

Creator & Inventor


is a magician, lecturer, inventor, and author. He received his BFA from the School Of Visual Arts in New York, where he later became a member of the faculty and taught design. From 1975 to 1980, Setteducati was the assistant to artist, Louise Bourgeois, and in 1992 performed Magic in “She Lost it”, a performance piece by Bourgeois at the Fabric Workshop in Philadelphia. Mark has been granted 17 US Patents, and major companies worldwide have marketed over 50 of his inventions. In 2014 The Academy of Magical Arts awarded Setteducati The Creative Fellowship and Honorary Lifetime Membership to The Magic Castle, Hollywood, California, for his contributions to the art of Magic.