Recently someone asked for advice on how to exhibit the received (double-sided) mail art.

I forgot who asked it, but as it might be an issue for more people, also in other times, I like to share a possibly answer here at 'Ask anything':

I just saw a video of Dale Roberts' MailMania 5 exhibition and I think it great! After the introduction, the camera views all parts of this exhibition. It's very inspiring, and not only an answer to questions like 'how to organise', but also on 'how to exhibit various sizes, shapes of mail, zines and double-sided post.

I hope it will be an addition to the answers the questioner already has received.

So, check http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1gFGpVGZy0 !

When the camera turns you'll find several other good ideas! Thank you Dale & Dame!

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Thanks for posting this. It's always helpful to see ideas for installing Mail Art exhibits. Next up, Dan Mouer's exhibit here in Richmond, VA on Friday. I think Dan will post some photos and I'll try to get some shots of it, too.

Looking at photos of other exhibitions help. A mail-art exhibition is not the gtraditional exhibition. Mostly the visitors are integrated with the show......

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