Some new statements in 2013 where published as a .PDF file too. New ideas you can see and read at: https://www.academia.edu/10918666/MAIL_ART_STATEMENTS_2013 They are new compared to the milenium statements, which are accesible at: https://www.academia.edu/10918705/Millenium_Statements_-_1999 This set is more historical. I wrote them in 1999 when the year 2000 was coming closer and a new meillenium was approaching. An unique event for us then, but it seems so far away now.
Experimenting with the 3D pen resulted in an interesting collection of objects. I also like to call it ‘writing letters’ because the objects are letters or even envelopes. To document the findings I also wrote two articles that are formally published. have a look at them to read: https://www.academia.edu/10113497/The_influence_of_the_3D_pen_in_the_Art_World_-_Part_1 https://www.academia.edu/10113532/The_influence_of_the_3D_pen_in_the_art_World_-_Part_2 These are .PDF files, so you can print or save them if you like.
This rubberstamp is part of the TAM Rubberstamp Archive. Also used sometimes on outgoing mail-art when needed. For more stamps see also: http://tamrubberstamparchive.blogspot.nl/
Signed in New York, USA April 2010, by Ruud Janssen and Larry Miller. Was done at the Stendhal gallery in New York at the exhibition there on Fluxus and Rubberstamps. Bewaren
THE MAIL-INTERVIEW WITH RUUD JANSSEN. 4 – unfinished BY HANS-RUEDI FRICKER Started on: 5-3-1996 HR : Welcome to this mail-interview. You are the founder of the Mail-interview Project and I think that your own thoughts should be part of this project too. Ofcourse you could do a fictive interview with yourself, but in that case I would miss the dialogical process, therefore I invite you to answer my questions. First.. Read More