On a website that documents Audiocassettes, I also found the covers of my old TAM-Bulletins. In those days (the 80-ies) I worked with audiocassettes a lot, and in the TAM-Bulletin I also mentioned those details. Seems it comes from the Archive of Klaus Groh. Below the covers. Click on an image to enlarge the image. The documents were found on: https://www.tape-mag.com/index.php?navid=1&ln=1
The basic years are mentioned here for the history of the IUOMA.
When I look back I see I have been drawing for quites some decades now. Since most of the drawings are digitized too, it has become easy to make an overview of the collection. In a new blog I am now publishing an overview where you can search by Title and also by year, so you can see how the works have developed over the years. I know where the.. Read More
Just like my father, I was born in Tilburg. In March 1946, only one year after the second worldwar, he got his diploma for working with the typewriter. He went to Breda for that, actually he went to the school in the city where I work now. And I believe this school eventually became part of the larger college I work on myself now. In those days, using the typewriter.. Read More
The TAM bulletin was issued in the 80-ies. Originals were made with the typewriter and then xeroxed with a machine and sent through the snail-mail. The Mail-Art network funtioned differet in those years and the papers connected thousands of people back in those 80-ies.
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