Julian Grant
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Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
I wanted to share my artwork, collages and stamps worldwide and meet other artists.
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1834 W. North, 3rd Floor,
Chicago, IL 60622 USA

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2011 and Beyond

Posted on January 4, 2011 at 6:30pm 2 Comments

Back from self imposed exile as I complete a number of projects.  Imagine my surprise when Keith Buchholz requested that I contribute to an upcoming FLUXUS event in Chicago at the MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art).


It's been a busy year for me as an artist and I have greatly enjoyed my mail art and fluxus explorations. Attached is a showcase of my work that I shall play, pending approval, at the MCA.  Many thanks,…


Many Thanks

Posted on December 1, 2010 at 3:56pm 1 Comment

Am so grateful to everyone here at IUOMA for the birthday shout outs and their kind words. Have been tied up with school and films so have been very quiet here. Have a pile of art to post out and get up to speed with. Xmas break is December 18 so I shall be more proactive and visible. Thanks again to everyone for the continued love and support.

Received MA - Rebecca Resinski (Conway, AZ)

Posted on October 31, 2010 at 8:15pm 0 Comments

Another micro-collage from scraps from RR. WONDERFUL!!!! So detailed. So evocative. Many…


Received MA - Lisa Iversen (IN)

Posted on October 31, 2010 at 8:14pm 0 Comments

First piece from Lisa. Many thanks. Richly detailed artwork and incense enclosures. Beautiful and so clever. Many…


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At 11:23am on June 5, 2011, Terry Reid said…


here is an invitation to pARTicipate in the SECREt eXCHANGE exhibitions...pass the invitation on to your friends, and let me know on my page if you will or won't be able to contribute; go to IUoMA Events...or click on the link http://secretexchange.yolasite.com/   thx, Terry Reid, and hope to hear from you

(in facebook it is at :https://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=100000748977585 )
send me a friends request to speed up communications

At 5:09pm on January 12, 2011, Bifidus Jones said…
Absolutely you can--Defiled was a terrific film all around. Have you started a new film?
At 3:55pm on January 12, 2011, Julian Grant said…
How did I miss this section? How did I miss seeing all these wonderful notes and comments? What a fool. I feel so out of the loop. Thank you all for your gracious notes, comments and birthday well wishes. I shall be much more diligent with this Comment Wall area.
At 2:56pm on January 12, 2011, cheryl penn said…

Thanks for the FAB mail :-)

At 3:14pm on December 1, 2010, De Villo Sloan said…
Happy birthday Julian! - DVS
At 2:21pm on December 1, 2010, Ptrzia (TICTAC) said…
All the best, Julian!!

At 2:10pm on December 1, 2010, Bifidus Jones said…
Happy Birthday, Julian

At 1:15pm on December 1, 2010, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…
My fellow-chicagoan, Julian!
Happy Birthday and greetings
from Greece: "XRONIA POLLA!"
OPA!...on Halsted Street a bit!

At 11:50pm on November 20, 2010, Austin Wills James said…
JG, another card should be arriving soon. I really hope you like it.
At 9:23pm on October 28, 2010, Bifidus Jones said…
Watched your film last night--dynamite accomplishment, my friend. A zombie film from the point of view of the zombie who doesn't like his situation or even himself anymore than non-zombies do, yet he comprehends a paternal instinct for the infant--Future's hope in a virus infected society. The baby's constant crying, the perpetual walking of the couple, and the great musical score added to the post-apocalyptic feel. Three things that stood out for me: 1--as I already said, was the POV of the zombie, 2--it's B/W, and 3--despite the fact there is virtually no dialogue an amazing amount of communication occurs between the characters. Is The Defiled considered a horror film? My background is in literature so I'd used the term Dystopian from the standpoint that your film is a cautionary tale, warning us to change our ways or this will be the result--which of course, would be horrible. What I also appreciate about you as a filmmaker is the fact that you do not assume your audience is stupid. Many (U.S.) films insult me with the way they constantly toot the horn of their themes and messages, insecure that the audience "won't get them" otherwise. I appreciated your great and many poetic allegories, notions of failed government and religion, and your confidence in viewers. Thanks again, Julian. I only wish I had something comparable to send you.



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