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Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Charlotte Geister
"Charlotte, I am glad you like the Moticos. I might start a new series later this year. As for Vostell, some years ago I purchased a book documenting his art, "Automobile", in German and English. Today (Wednesday) I shall send you some mail…"
Feb 12
Charlotte Geister left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Hi Jack! Yesterday your real beautiful envelope with the moticos and the coffee clutch arrived! I love to have a fat heap of money at hand! It looks very perfectly made and it is really the first time that I have seen such things. THANKS Very much!!…"
Feb 12
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Charlotte Geister
"Charlotte, To answer your question about Olympia: Our city of about 60,000 residents is one of three cities (the others being Tumwater to the south and Lacey to the east) that comprise an urban area of about 120,000 people on the southern edge of…"
Feb 8
Charlotte Geister left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Hi Jack, your description of the weather sounds as if you were living in Lower saxony! We have had a lot of rain, no snow ( already for some years!) always a grey sky and the last two summers no rain, so that the prices for vegetables are getting…"
Feb 8
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Charlotte Geister
"Charlotte, Sunny weather? Ha! Here in Cascadia we are nearing the end of Stormy Season. In January we had 28 consecutive days with rain, equaling a record. But this past Sunday and Monday were finally sunny and the days are a little longer now. Our…"
Feb 7
Charlotte Geister left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Hi Jack, thanks for your friendship! I am looking forward for the moticos and for the  cascadia coffee clutch! Are you writing as a journalist? I like the dada- poems, made from newspaper scraps and poems of Hans Arp and Hugo Ball, but my…"
Feb 7
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Charlotte Geister
"Thank you Charlotte for "Last Angel Leaving" which arrived today! Jack @ Cascadia Artpost"
Feb 7
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Charlotte Geister
"Hi Charlotte, I will send you some moticos in today's (Thursday's) outgoing mail, along with a copy of the Cascadia Coffee Clutch, a satirical parody of a free publication called "Coffee News" distributed at our local restaurants…"
Feb 6
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Kayla Cafarella
"Thanks for the kind comments, More will be coming from Cascadia Artpost in the next two months as another issue of Cascadia Coffee Clutch and commemoration of the Cascadia Diorama's Post Office are in the mails. Do you have tickets, receipts…"
Feb 6
Kayla Cafarella left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Thank you for all of the wonderfully bazaar, intricate, humorous, silly, thoughtful, entertaining, and most of all-- SURPRISE SNAIL MAIL! Cascadia Artpost is seriously the best and I always look forward to finding your…"
Feb 6
Charlotte Geister left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Hi Jack, thank you for writing! I live in the middle of Germany, where the best german is spoken! In an old university town, where the brothers Grimm lived and collected the fairy tales in the neighbourhood. But I cannot understand the bavarian…"
Jan 28
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Charlotte Geister
"Hi Charlotte, German was the language I took in high school and college classes. I was glad to be able to speak basic German on trips to eastern Europe (specifically, Hungary and Poland) where few people knew any English. However, I never was able…"
Jan 24
Charlotte Geister left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Hi Jack, your special card with german words arrived! I am fascinated, that is the first time I get something in german from a non-german! thanks sooo much! Very threatening but very good composition! I will send something soon! Charlotte"
Jan 24
Cascadia Artpost commented on Bonniediva's status
"A special offer is coming your way from the editorial office of Cascadia Coffee Clutch. Have another sip!"
Jan 2
Li Araki left a comment for Cascadia Artpost
"Modern Martyrs, LLC (I need this!) Deadfall Farm! (Get in the car!) Academy of Aesthetic Arts! (I need a 2020 makeover!) and so much more... I've said it before-you're a hilarious genius!  Best wishes for a very happy New Year Jack!"
Jan 2
Cascadia Artpost left a comment for Oscar Yeats
"Hello Swift Post and holiday greetings, You are now on the radar screen of Cascadia Artpost, thanks to Frips,  and will receive two Boxing Day mailings. Are you aware that even in winter, Dada Trumph Motors commemorates Truck Month? If you…"
Dec 25, 2019

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Mail-Artist since:
2000
My Website (without http://):
http://cascadiaartpost.blogspot.com/
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
Mail art is creative, mail art is democratic, mail art is communicative. Cascadia Artpost identifies with those attributes.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
jackklattemann@comcast.net

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At 10:06am on February 12, 2020, Charlotte Geister said…

Hi Jack! Yesterday your real beautiful envelope with the moticos and the coffee clutch arrived! I love to have a fat heap of money at hand! It looks very perfectly made and it is really the first time that I have seen such things. THANKS Very much!! I am happy that I took part at the H. Höchs birthday box project and learned to know you! And thanks for the small newspaper; I can understand the most, but I think I often do not grasp the irony because I do not know the circumstances you have in mind. ( Now my vocabulary gets lost!) But I noticed with joy that you quoted Wolf Vostell, an artist, that is a bit forgotten at the moment. The fluxus movement was quite en vogue when I was a pupil and lived in Düsseldorf, where Joseph Beuys was teaching. He was very, very popular in the city and among the students, because he was always present at the art university and had a real inspiring way of teaching. I was quite in awe at that time with the art students. 

I will try to make something for you the next week, Friday there is the opening of an exhibition with my collages and the paintings of a friend, so I have to make preparations. And thanks for the information about Olympia! I have never been to the USA, so it is not so easy to get a feeling for the different regions for me. But I have a friend, an english teacher that is californian and I will show her the coffee clutch!  Best Wishes and hugs

Charlotte

At 10:44am on February 8, 2020, Charlotte Geister said…

Hi Jack, your description of the weather sounds as if you were living in Lower saxony! We have had a lot of rain, no snow ( already for some years!) always a grey sky and the last two summers no rain, so that the prices for vegetables are getting more and more. Now a storm is announced for sunday and the beginning of the week; not weather for a biker like me. Does Olympia lie in the country or more in an industrial zone? Here the land is flat and we have a lot of farmland, the university and only some specialised great firms. I am looking forward to the moticos ! Have a fat weekend! Charlotte

At 9:28am on February 7, 2020, Charlotte Geister said…

Hi Jack, thanks for your friendship! I am looking forward for the moticos and for the  cascadia coffee clutch! Are you writing as a journalist? I like the dada- poems, made from newspaper scraps and poems of Hans Arp and Hugo Ball, but my favourites are the poems of Meret Oppenheim, a surrealistic artist! Have a nice day and sunny weather! Here it is grey again! Hugs

Charlotte

At 10:22am on February 6, 2020, Kayla Cafarella said…

Thank you for all of the wonderfully bazaar, intricate, humorous, silly, thoughtful, entertaining, and most of all-- SURPRISE SNAIL MAIL! Cascadia Artpost is seriously the best and I always look forward to finding your wonderfully curated gems in my mailbox!

At 12:01pm on January 28, 2020, Charlotte Geister said…

Hi Jack, thank you for writing! I live in the middle of Germany, where the best german is spoken! In an old university town, where the brothers Grimm lived and collected the fairy tales in the neighbourhood. But I cannot understand the bavarian dialect and the "schwyzerdütsch" of the swiss people I do not understand too. I have always read crime literature in english, but not the real difficult writers. But I have not used my english often, because we always go to France on holidays, and there you have to speak french. I really adored the wonderful H. Höch stamps you made for the birthday box, so clever done! I am not good with the computer and so I do not know what  a motico is. But I would like to take a look!

At 8:59am on January 24, 2020, Charlotte Geister said…

Hi Jack, your special card with german words arrived! I am fascinated, that is the first time I get something in german from a non-german! thanks sooo much! Very threatening but very good composition! I will send something soon!

Charlotte

At 12:14am on January 2, 2020, Li Araki said…

Modern Martyrs, LLC (I need this!) Deadfall Farm! (Get in the car!) Academy of Aesthetic Arts! (I need a 2020 makeover!) and so much more... I've said it before-you're a hilarious genius!  Best wishes for a very happy New Year Jack!

At 11:15am on December 13, 2019, Petrolpetal said…

Hello

Just checking you're at the same address - Moore Str??

At 9:11pm on November 8, 2019, Jennifer Wallace said…

Hadn't even thought of buying perforated paper! But I'll look for a UK supplier - cheaper mail costs. After I've experimented with the sewing machine.

At 7:01am on October 24, 2019, Mail Art Martha said…

Jack! I have put a Fluxus Buck in walmarthretailia.blogspot.com for download with a bit of an explanation. I wish I had known at the begining of the year it could have been a nice project.

I received your postcard, great shot of the poor hardworking Peeps.Thanks so much.

 
 
 

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