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Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: Stamps by Samuel Montalvetti (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Mail art by Samuel Montalvetti (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

I am a fan of the literature of Argentina and especially of the visual poetry of Argentina. Very fortunately, I have met Samuel Montalvetti through the Eternal Network, and he is among my favorite visual poets anywhere. 98 more words

Mail Art


We have been busy the last few days completing our contribution to the 2016 Field Study International report project. Led by David Dellafiora in Geelong the Field Study project is now in it’s 22nd year.
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World Record: Cycling up Baldwin Street in Dunedin

Baldwin Street in Dunedin, New Zealand, is the world’s steepest residential street according to Guinness. It’s so steep they had to replace the asphalt with concrete because on hot days the asphalt melted down the hill. 207 more words

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Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: FluxRus by Victoria Barvenko (Taganrog, Russia)

Mail art by Victoria Barvenko (Taganrog, Russia)

Victoria Barvenko is widely known and admired across the Eternal Network for her art created in the spirit of Fluxus (whether you choose to label it Post-Fluxus, Neo-Fluxus, FluxRus or some other designation). 135 more words

Mail Art

George Maciunas: The Father of SoHo

It is worth noting that, in the past six years that I have been writing about the history of SoHo, I have not included a profile of George Maciunas, often called “the father of SoHo.” Perhaps I felt that, not having known him personally when so many others still in SoHo today had, I was not worthy of the task. 1,198 more words

SoHo People

ken friedman's "theater of the object - event scores 1956-2016" @ red fox press

Ken Friedman

Event Scores 1956-2016

Ken Friedman, (born September 19, 1949 in New London, Connecticut) is a seminal figure in Fluxus, an international laboratory for experimental art, architecture, design, and music. 132 more words

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