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Re: Mail Art Project

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Numo Jaeger and Michael Miller (jaegmil)
Wed, 22 Jan 1997 19:43:44 -0500


Hi Mark,

Thanks for sharing this! I am going to look at it and hopefully share it
with my high school students! What perfect timing!!!!

Technology is great!

Numo Jaeger

At 09:55 AM 1/22/97 +0000, you wrote:
>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.
>
>