"Mail art (also known as Postal art and Correspondence art) is a populist artistic movement centered around sending small scale works through the postal service. This includes postcards, paper, a collage of found or recycled images and objects, rubber stamps, artist-created stamps (calledartistamps), and paint, but can also include music, sound art, poetry, or anything that can be put in an envelope and sent via post." (Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mail_art accessed 8 February 2014).
The following images will be submitted to the Nordic Mail Art Biennale along with my postcards for the committee to decide what to exhibit.
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George Blair's Mind's Eye
Cardiff International Festival of Photography, 1-31 May 2017
Looks at ‘revolution’ in its widest context, investigating moments of social change, movements around freedom of expression, the pursuit of utopias, human rights and identity.
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Wish You Were Here, 2019
At least one of my postcards will be donated to the British Museum Prints and Drawing Department as part of Jeremy Cooper's collection. It includes postcards by many of the most famous names in UK art.