Saturday, May 19, 2007

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Friday, May 18, 2007

found event score

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Delaware River This




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Monday, May 14, 2007

i dont wanna be a solider....writing a writing soldier....











Think fast

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS by ARTCITE INC.
Windsor, Ontario, Canada

25th ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION - MAY 25 - JUNE 23, 2007
SIMPLY SEND US YOUR GREETINGS!

YOUR HAPPY ANNIVERSARY CONGRATS, GENERAL WELL WISHES, ETC. MAY TAKE ANY FORM: birthday cards (artist-made or pre-fab), small 2D or 3D artworks in any medium, artists' multiples, found objects, found art, found photos, historical Artcite photos and/or documents, original audio and/or video pieces (CD or DVD format), voice-mail messages, e-mails, essays, odes, love letters, rants, regrets, mail art, fax art, etc. Artworks (and other greetings) do not have to be framed, but must be ready to hang/display. ALL works received between May 19 and June 16 will be displayed in Artcite's gallery space, as part of our month-long 25th anniversary exhibit, which runs from May 25 - June 23/07.

Click here for more details.
Mail to: 109 University Ave. W., Windsor, ON, N9A 5P4
Email a greeting or file to: info@artcite.ca

Artcite Inc is a non-profit, registered charitable artist-run centre dedicated exclusively to the presentation and promotion of contemporary and experimental art forms.

[Personal note: I have been a member and fan of Artcite for many years (Windsor is right across the river and SOUTH of Detroit--a fluxus aberration in the geographies of Canada and the United States). I haven't done a lot of my work or performances in art galleries, but most of what I have done in galleries over the last twenty years (e.g., my series of Fluxus Housework installations) has been done with Artcite. They have always been New Fluxus friendly and supportive. So fire away. Send them some love! And pass this invitation along.]

Handy Postcard Exchange 1998-2002






Some of the many postcards shaped like hands sent to the A.1.Waste Paper Co. Ltd. during the 90's and up to 2002 exhibited at the Cardiff College of Art in Wales at the moment. Photos and curation by Richard Cox.

You still have time to send a "foot shaped postcard" to LET YOUR POSTCARDS DO THE WALKING as the deadline is March 2008.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Angels in Local Neighborhoods



EAR: Of angels in helicopters.
NOSE: Yes I know.
EYE: The angels of conversation.
NECK: Yes I know.
EAR: Angels in cushions.
NOSE: Yes I know.
EYE: Angels in ice.
NOSE: Yes I know.
EAR: Angels in local neighborhoods.
NOSE: Yes, I know.

Tristin Tzara, The Gas Heart

found event score

Gush Hugs and a red circle with nothing in it expressed as a variation of a red circle with nothing in it by allan r and two poems by John M. Bennett

Gush Hugs and a red circle with nothing in it expressed as a variation of a red circle with nothing in it by allan revich and two poems by John M. Bennett


Gush Hugs and a red circle with nothing in it expressed as a variation of a red circle with nothing in it by allan revich and two poems by John M. Bennett

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red dot fluxus chiari (1926-2007)