l A new set of Fluxus Words, created in September 2018. These are sent out into the network, so we will see where they end up and what meaning the words get. I did scan the set so I can show them to others too. All made with several layers of acrylic paint and signed with black pen.
I have these lovely sets of wordstamps in the TAM Rubberstamp Archive. Ocasionally I use them to play with on my outgoing mail-art. The stamps are cheap, and self-inkting. Each set has 3 words. They were on sale so I bought a few years ago. Still enjoy them every time I use them. More details on the TAM Rubberstamp archive at: https://www.facebook.com/TamRubberstampArchive/ and http://tamrubberstamparchive.blogspot.nl/
Outgoing enveloppe to Heleen de Vaan in Amstelveen, Netherlands. The photo above shows how the backside looks. The stickers indicate the city the enveloppe is supposed to go to. On the other side only the zipcode is mentioned, so that should work. With Mail-Art you should involve a little play for the postal workers too. In the Netherlands they mostly seem to like it. It also ‘breaks’ the day with.. Read More
The box and the letters are all made with a Mirywell 3D Pen in 2016 by Ruud Janssen, Breda, Netherlands. Part of the Fluxus Words Project, see details on the blog: http://fluxuswords.blogspot.nl/
Video made in 2010 to document the score ‘Fluxus Words’ and also showing the first words and works that were sent out.
Fluxus Heidelberg Center , founded 2003 Founded by Litsa Spathi and Ruud Janssen The Fluxus Heidelberg Center site is the place where all Fluxus activities of the artist-duo Fluxus Heidelberg (Litsa Spathi and Ruud Janssen) are documented. It includes interviews with Fluxus-artists, photos of performances, historic facts, full documentation of all performances by Fluxus Heidelberg, Fluxus Poetry by Litsa Spathi, an overview of all publications by the Center and by.. Read More