Rafael, I asked before(but you probably forgot to answer)...
You must have a gigantic collection of mail-art. What do you do with it?
I do like the idea of the last picture: "Add on & pass along"(could be an interesting music project also)
Forgive me for not knowing much about the subject?! But for instance, the wood-carving(I guess flyer), will you hang it on a wall? Or cut it up for a work of your own? Or, send it to someone else?
I must say, it starts to interest me more and more
Bonjour! Sorry for not answering before! Surely I have been distracted. Too much paper! Friend, I collect all these things as a treasure. But in the future I must acquire only one house to keep everything! It would be great to organize an exhibition too (that's in my mind). Regarding musical Add and Pass ... it's been done before, in fact I think Hal has done it ... but Frank, it's always a lot of fun. No matter what has already been done, the important thing is to enjoy. I'm glad to hear that Mail Art is interesting to you, this is great
Thanks for the answer Rafael! That must be a nice collection you have! I wish I could see it
Thank you very much for your interest, Frank!
I remember once reading that relocating to Kansas is a leading cause of psychosis for creative people. This just cannot be true, right? No, no, not true, not true. Definitely not true. Right?
Good morning! Surely it is not true. I think I'm going to move to Kansas! Charles, thank you very much for the mystery!
Failed meditation session of a compulsivecoffee drinkerIn 1986, at the age of 16, I released Exenple,my first cassette of industrial music, which I recorded with my 13-year-old brother under the name Brigada Nadie.I was a member of the futurist multidisciplinary group Equipo Estético Étika Makinal (or 3EM), and Spanish experimental noise band I.Q.C.M.Over the years I have created many solo and collaborative audio works.In recent years I have turned my attention more toward visual and mail art. I like to create collages and rubber stamp art.emailLa Laguna (Tenerife)Canary Islands, Spain