Outgoing Mail-Art.Three envelopes to Guy Bleus (Belgium), William Mellott (Taiwan) and Toni Hamer (USA). All three envelope with an Acrylic Paint basis and further addings. Hope they arrive safely….
Because someone in the USA wanted a signed copy of the mail-interview I did with Guy Bleus, published by the Stickerdude in New York, I arranged a sending in which also Guy and I would have a signed edition of the finished booklet. Guy stamped the envelope and also placed some delightful rubberstamps on the backside: The booklet inside looks like this:
handstamped envelope going to Guy Bleus in Belgium. Mail to Lancillotto Bellini in Italy, a new Fluxus stampsheet and s,ome small stampsheets for him. Acrylic painted envelope for Michael Leigh (A1) in UK.
“Het verzenden van informatie via telefoon, of het versturen van een stukje telefoon per post” is written on the card attached to a piece of telephone. I sent the object to Guy Bleus in 1992 for his collection. In those years the digital communication was already taking place. I had the digital TAM-Bulletin online, and some communication-lines went via the phone-lines to the first Internetconnections. Mind you, the WWW concept.. Read More
In 2002 I sent this TAM logo to Guy Bleus in Belgium. The logo was used for years as a sjabloon for ink spraying (envelopes, artworks, etc….) . The logo was sent like this, so no enveloppe, also to test the mailing system, and also because it is always fun to send out objects.
THE MAIL-INTERVIEW WITH Guy Bleus. 3 Started on: 3-11-1994 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: 8-4-95 (internet) GB : //GUY BLEUS 42.292: DEAR RUUD, IN YOUR INTRODUCTION OF THIS PROJECT YOU WROTE ABOUT THE MAIL ART INTERVIEW PROJECT: “THIS PROJECT I MAINLY START FOR MY RESEARCH ABOUT THE HISTORY OF MAIL.. Read More