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Re: Mail Art Project

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MARK JOYCE (joycem)
Wed, 22 Jan 1997 09:55:35 +0000


For all of you considering participation in this project or if you're
just curious about Mailart...

I recently did a MetaCrawler WWW search (searches multiple engines and elimiates
redundancies) on MAILART (note, one word) with my limits set
at 10 hits maximum per engine, and had 36 hits.

Many of these websites have excellent images of Mailart past and
present. There are some fine links to Fluxus and the Surrealist/Dada
roots of mailart, print resources, listserves etc...and international
representation. No shortage of historical/social/ cultural contexts at
your fingertips!

Incidently, the same search will surf you right into the middle of
eraser carving and rubber stamping links and pages!
Figure out that connection! (There's an inquiry opportunity.)

Mark Joyce joycem Concordia College Ann Arbor, MI
stamps.