When the first xerox was invented they could not have known that this was the beginning of a revolution in the is cheapest & most democratic form of printing. the free press self published zines broadsides experimental poetry bands & mail artists would all benefit from this clever & useful little machine
without it todays artistic landscape would look very different .
now flash forward 50+ years into the 21st century how many artists are still exploring
playing stretching manipulating & pushing to breaking point the almost limitless potential of this xeros (dry) graphic (writing )?
more than once have I heard or read the question "what is copy art ?"
electrostatic research & revelations are alive & well ...
this is the place to share them

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Where do you copy your works?

Started by Ruud Janssen. Last reply by joey Patrickt Mar 5. 2 Replies

In the 80-ies a copier machine was somewhere at the office, a libray, or a college. These days we have a copier at home. Or don't we?Where do you copy your works?Continue

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Comment by carl baker on March 15, 2017 at 2:17am


Comment by ginny lloyd on March 12, 2017 at 7:16pm

FYI: Barbara Cushman, my late sister, created the Xerox Calendar Art Project in the 80s. I’ve donated her copies to Xerox Corp. Now, Wikipedia would like to have images of the calendar pages for its global arts archive, Wikimedia Commons. This will preserve the art and allow the world access for their specific purposes. Wikipedia requires whoever uses the images give the artists credit. There will be no fees due the artists for the use of the work. Please contact me if you were one of the Xerox Calendar Art Project artists in the 80s or know of an artist who was. I will send more details. Also if you are interested in helping, please email me at subject: Barbara Cushman Xerox Calendar Art. Here is a link to the images. Thank you for your help.

Comment by Doctor dB Smith on March 12, 2017 at 2:08am
"Where is the rest of this ...?"
Comment by joey Patrickt on March 12, 2017 at 1:04am

from Color Xerox Calendar, 1981. a collaboration piece - with ARTfoot

Comment by joey Patrickt on March 5, 2017 at 8:07am
thanks Jan, they're called posturban raincoats. i use them in many scenarios.
Comment by Jan Hodgman on March 3, 2017 at 5:20pm

joey I really like your two pieces with the double hooded guys images.

Comment by Doctor dB Smith on February 19, 2017 at 1:40am
...thee I.L.F. strikes again ...
Comment by joey Patrickt on February 19, 2017 at 1:28am

I was working on a disappearing image and this happened

Comment by William M on February 17, 2017 at 11:11am

Comment by carl baker on February 16, 2017 at 12:41am

kopy to mail>>>>


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