Saturday, November 21, 2009

71) New Mail-Artists from the Web

The older generation Mail-Artists was sending out traditional mail and integrated the e-mail and Internet with their communication. There is now a new generation out there that discovered mail-art through the Internet and only after that started with the sending and receiving of mail-art. What made you choose for the slow and old-fashioned mail? You could send a digital images instead? What made you send out mail the old-fashioned way?

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sunday, October 25, 2009

68) Self-promotion or Networking?

I notice that the tendency of some mail-artists is to post just anywhere their work without any reaction to the place where they publish their work. Have some forgot the interaction that is so basis to mail-art?

Thursday, September 10, 2009

67) A BOOK ABOUT DEATH/ Matthew Rose

Matthew Rose September 10 at 5:06am Reply

Please bookmark the page. We'll be starting around 6 pm NYC Time.

If you are planning to come to the opening, come around 6 PM, bring a bag for the pages of the book (some are large).

See the most recent works on the blog:

And artist Caterina Verde's "wall" web site of the show here:

More photos coming... if you will be at the opening feel free to video tape the performance.

Thanks to all who made this happen.



Tuesday, June 16, 2009

66) Are there too many blogs?

Nowadays there are so many blogs that everybody is posting but no-one really has the time to go to all the other blogs. Communication is slowly coming to a new point where the blogs are taken over by social networks. Do you agree?

Thursday, January 8, 2009

65) Mail-Art and Publishing Books

After decades of doing Mail-Art I too started to publish books with the result of what I have written over the years and found out. I notice that the mail-artists tend not to buy these books. Is there a reason for this? Don't they want to pay money for books on the subject? Should mail-Art and money not be mixed?




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