"I like to make variations and the copier helps me with that. I paint on them and use them as stickers. I like it that they turn out all unique and it allows me to wildly experiment, because I can make a new copy of the original. "
When the first xerox was invented they could not have known that this was the beginning of a revolution in the arts.it 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…See More
"Yeah! So glad it arrived, I totally missed this post. I was googling my name for a bucketlist assignment and this one popped up. Your art space, cassette tapes and you made a nice impression! Thinking about your poetry often. "
"Carl! Thank you, it was a pleasure to think about my personal Mail Art History. And it's a real pleasure swapping cool stuff with you. It get's me real excited to do more with black and white. So, yeah, what can we do? Please…"
Voorpret? I cannot think of an English equivalent but I will keep thinking. In the meantime I anticipate with much voorpret to our future correspondence.
You say you love paper, so do I but also love painting with light in the computer. That graphic you have for your profile photo is so atmospheric, so evocative that I am there with you in the next seat.
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