"Yes, I remember when you were George...Just saw some of your work the other day as I am currently taking an inventory of my mail art collection. Been in San Francisco for 20 years. Visited Japan several times during that period. You can email me at…"
"John, I sent you a friend request and reached the max word limit. You may not remember me from the period 1986-1990 or so. I was fairly active under the name Tuesday Art and living in San Diego at the time. You perforated a mail…"
John, I sent you a friend request and reached the max word limit. You may not remember me from the period 1986-1990 or so. I was fairly active under the name Tuesday Art and living in San Diego at the time. You perforated a mail art stamp for me on AIDS/SIDA. I'm unable to put my hands on one at the moment and fear it may have been lost in one of my many moves since that time. I am slowly reentering the mail art world though it has never left my heart.
I am happy to see you are still in the game, though I think you used to live in Dallas did you not. I seem to recall some connection with the library there from which the fatal shots were fired. I could be merging memories so if not you then accept my apologies.
Do you still do perforations? I've been casually looking for a perffing machine and it seems they are hard to come by.
At any rate I hope you are doing well.
(I changed my name legally and adopted my Buddhist priest name and have retired Tuesday Art)
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