RECEIVED: Asemic Writing - Part of Mail-Art 365 - from Sue Bowen (Norfolk, Virginia, USA)

Mail-art by IUOMA member Sue Bowen (Norfolk, Virginia, USA)

 

March 26, 2011 - Sue Bowen has a real talent for collage, and I'm glad I learned about her mail-art through the IUOMA. The first piece I have received from her incorporates asemic writing into this abstract and very non-linear collage. The symbols are fascinating, not unlike John Bennett's work in this area, and seem partially derived from mathematics - another interesting concept to add to the mix. Sue included a nice note along with another view of her symbols:

 

Thank you, Sue, for sending this. I have a piece ready to go in the mail tomorrow. I am very eager to exchange asemic work with other mail-artists. I also greatly appreciate Sue's involvement in the Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists here at the IUOMA. It is turning out to be a fascinating learning process with all sorts of unexpected twists, turns, and points of view. I also admire Sue and the others who have committed themselves to the great Mail-Art 365 Project - one piece of mail-art every day for a year. Amazing! Make sure to check out Sue Bowen's blog:

http://consultingmymuse.blogspot.com/

 

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