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"This is genius. I'm stealing a copy. Joey rules!"
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"I'm thrilled to have completed these collabs with Audrey Enough (Montreal, Canada) for Asemic Front. Thank you so much Audrey!"
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post "An asemic game of sorts" by Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland)
"Gu, you could do something like this. You have that sort of mind! Tiina's work here is part conceptual art, part asemics. I believe it is amazing and I can't think of anyone who has done something similar - yet - although…"
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"Brill! I had an idea for a spinny wheel thingy for you too. Funny how collective ideas can be."
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"An asemic game of sorts" by Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland)

Asemic game by IUOMA member Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland) May 18, 2018 - Previous Asemic Front collaborator (my current m-a project) Tiina Kainulainen from Finland created this ingenious piece, a perfect merging of asemics and conceptualism. What would be the constraints, rules and processes of an asemic game? This is a work that invites audience involvement on several levels. At the heart of Tiina’s game is an asemic symbol generator that randomly decomposes the existing alphabet as…See More
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Mail-Artist since:
circa 1480
My Website:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/79404952@N03/
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
You can serve the one.
You can serve the many.
You can serve The Great Confusion.
You cannot serve one too many to The Great Confusion.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
De Villo Sloan
P.O. Box 1314
Auburn, New York 13021 USA

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"An asemic game of sorts" by Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland)

Posted on May 19, 2018 at 12:00am 2 Comments

Tiina 5.18.2018 - 2 Asemic game by IUOMA member Tiina Kainulainen (Helsinki, Finland)

 

May 18, 2018 - Previous Asemic Front collaborator (my current m-a project) Tiina Kainulainen from Finland created this ingenious piece, a perfect merging of asemics and conceptualism. What would be the constraints, rules and processes of an asemic game? This is a work that invites audience involvement on several levels. At the heart of Tiina’s game is an asemic symbol…

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Asemics + Add & Pass by Yayoi S.W. (Kirkland, Washington, USA)

Posted on May 16, 2018 at 3:00am 2 Comments

yayoi 5.14.2018 - 1 Mail art by IUOMA member Yayoi S.W. (Kirkland, Washington, USA)

 

May 15, 2018 - Yayoi S.W. is doing some FAB art which can be seen here at IUOMA-Ning and elsewhere circulating in the Eternal Network. She has already participated in the Asemic Front project. I am thrilled to have new asemics by Yayoi to share as well as an add & pass sheet she sent:

 

Yayoi S.W. front a&p

 

The reverse side:

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At 4:37pm on April 24, 2018, Jayne Barket Lyons said…

Howdy De Villo,

Be on the lookout for some mail from Minnesota. I dropped something in the mailbox today! :)

At 4:47pm on April 3, 2018, El Agujero de Mirna said…
At 9:24pm on January 14, 2018, Tiina Kainulainen said…

Back to mail art: add and pass and asemic writing with De Villo Sloan http://www.tiinafromfinland.com/mail-art/add-and-pass/back-to-mail-art/ #asemicwriting #mailart #addandpass

At 12:01pm on October 17, 2017, Moan Lisa said…

"Pilgrimage"

At 9:35pm on September 13, 2017, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Hello De Villo--This is a followup to your comment on 'Li A' photo. The card is actually one that  I made and sent to Li Araki. So thank you for your comment and your 'favoriting' of my mail art over the past year. I'll watch for your posting of Li's work sent to you.

At 6:59pm on August 13, 2017, Sa Mue said…

Hello de Villo Sloane, I sent you two asemic mail arts? Did they arrive? Sa Mue

At 11:59am on June 18, 2017, Li Araki said…

I'm laughing but I will seriously try much harder not to eat anything I get in the mail from now on (especially Mars bars!).  

At 11:53am on June 17, 2017, Li Araki said…

Oh my--was he really angry at you or just joking?!  Please reveal the story of the Monkey Purge when you're in the mood to tell it (I like long stories).

At 9:58am on June 16, 2017, Li Araki said…

Thanks so much De Villo--I can see the signature now that you've pointed it out!

At 2:30pm on May 26, 2017, Sabela Baña said…

Thanks. I like you are received Asemic. The best wished

 
 
 

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