THE MAIL-INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA COLLINS – UK THE MAIL-INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA COLLINS Started on: 28-8-1995 RJ : Welcome to this mail-interview. First let me ask you the traditional question. When did you get involved in the mail-art network? Reply on 11-9-1995 PC : I first became involved in mail art in summer 1993. I had taken out the U.K. listings magazine, “Artist’s Newsletter” and saw the ads in the mail.. Read More
I am sending Ruud Janssen
The TAM was HERE project This project was done in the 80-ies. I documented it on: http://tamwashere.blogspot.nl/ so you can have a good overview of the project. It was a typical Add & return project, where the result was exhibited in the Milkyway (Melkweg) Gallery in Amsterdam in 1985. Also I brought the collection to Ponte Nossa in Northern Italy, where I met Emilio Morandi and his family and exhibited.. Read More
Censorism is the when you self censor a work before it is publically displayed. I made stickers (and lateron also Joel Cohen – the stickerdude made a few more) and distributed them into the network. Stimulating people to censor something in their outgoing mail.
This interview with Litsa Spathi was done by Zora von
In the 90-ies lots of mail-artists were creating Fluxus Bucks. Just Google for it, and find out lots of them. I made a series of them too and found the originals which I documented. I used to make lots of versions and
On the old www.iuoma.org website I also documented some of my art. Always with low resolution, and not that good to look at. I am now placing the images in better resolution. Just click on them and see them full size. All made with acrylic paint on canvas. Size 60×40 and larger. These were exhibited too.
In 2014 I received this wonderful prize from Sweden. See for all the details their website: http://www.theshapethatchangedtheworld.com/ Ruud Janssen is a fluxus artist engaged in mail art. He is the founder of IUOMA (International Union of Mail-Artists), and he also led the way for art on the internet. His outbursts of creativity colored the whole digital revolution