Here are the scan’s of the handwritten answers by Carlo Pittore in the Mail-Interview I did with him. You can access the text-version at: http://iuoma.org/blog_new_2015/2015/06/13/mail-interview-with-carlo-pittore-usa/ Carlo Pittore has a specific handwriting always with pen and ink. Als he decorated the envelopes I sent the questions in and returned them to me. You can click on the individual images to enlarge:
Outgoing mail to Toat Laugh Lows in Richmind, USA.
Video that shows two mailings and how they fit together. Video from 2011
Click on images to enlarge. Two versions of artistamps. Drawing design by Ruud Janssen for the Stamp Art Gallery exhibition in 1996 (San Francisco, USA).
Outgoing enveloppe to Richard C. in USA. He will be turning 75 soon, so I loved to surprise him with the fact that I will be turning 57 soon. Same numbers, but not yet that old. Hope he likes the surprise.
DADA–Maintenant 10 celebrates 100 years of DADA; available now for preorder Posted on May 2, 2016 by admin Share This! by In 10 years, MAINTENANT: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art has grown from a 12-page stapled black-and-white zine to the current issue: 190 pages filled with provocative, stunning, full color art and writing by some of the most intense DADA creators working around the globe today. MAINTENANT.. Read More
Queens Library Gallery : Transmit These are the invitation and the first pages of a catalogue of the exhibition TRANSMIT held in 1999 at the Queens Library Gallery in New York. The theme: Fluxus, Mail-Art, Networks.
source: http://www.brokenpencil.com/features/the-undying-art-of-mail We used to send mail, and there used to be an underground movement of artists who made mail art. Laura Trethewey tracks down the artists who made the postal system an integral part of their work to find out how mail art is faring in the age of the Internet. By Laura Trethewey , Monday, July 11th, 2011 In the mid ’90s, Rubberstampmadness –a periodical that at the time.. Read More
Some more Fluxus Words envelopes went out this week. More details about this project you can find on: http://fluxuswords.blogspot.nl/ The envelopes went out to Heleen de Vaan (Netherlands) and Mars Tokyo (USA) and visualize some new words that got alive today.