Sunday, August 28, 2005


just started another little blog to display some of the things that came in from Pascal Lenoir:

began with MANIART #86 (June 1995)

Friday, August 26, 2005

Jim Clinefelter (jcline at Posted by Picasa

Dan Waber Posted by Picasa

Pascal Lenoir Posted by Picasa

PR Primeau - "Love Poem" (from Dirt #1: Posted by Picasa

Kevin Thurston Posted by Picasa

Thursday, August 25, 2005

Mike Dickau et al. Posted by Picasa

Mike Dickau et al. Posted by Picasa

compare with this version:

Dan Waber Posted by Picasa

news from Lee Thorn Posted by Picasa

Jeroen Teunen Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Reed Altemus - "crumpled" (after Bob Cobbing) Posted by Picasa

derek beaulieu Posted by Picasa

Reed Altemus Posted by Picasa

derek beaulieu Posted by Picasa

Monday, August 22, 2005

Ruggero Maggi via Dale Speirs

In the art world there are some resistances at the introduction of computer and other technological means, due to their costs and to the fear that they could rationalize too much the artistic work. But computers and other means are like a pencil or brush; the only difference lies in their higher degree of evolution. I think that the technique must not be the principle factor of artistic operations, but only a wonderful and quick means in sevice of the poetic message.

In this society which quickly devours products and images, a computer is the ideal means of expression. Pierre Restany, in one of his recent writings, says: "We live in a post-industrial society, that is, in a society which has not really surpassed the industrial stage, but is charged of it, totally saturated of industries. In this society it's necessary to re-invent the relationship between the Man and the Machine, and nowadays the machine is the computer. To make a new definition of this relationship implies creating the right and true conditions of a dialogue between two kinds of intelligence, the artificial and the human one."

The networker, through his own poetic and the contacts with other artistic realities, reaches in his own work a high degree of cultural and formal contents, for which it is now necessary to determine the new relative codes and rules. Computer and other technological means give many more great possibilities, but mail art is the network.

Ruggero Maggi Sempione 67
20149 Milano, Italy

from Opuntia 58.1
c/o Dale Speirs
Box 6830
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 2E7

Latuff  Posted by Picasa

Scott Helmes (from: fhole #5) Posted by Picasa

Daniel f. Bradley Posted by Picasa

Sunday, August 21, 2005

Ron Emolo Posted by Picasa

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Ed Giecek - Dylan 64 Documentation! Nice work, Ed! Posted by Picasa

John Barlow, K. Gallerneaux, et al. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, August 14, 2005

cry? or laugh? Posted by Picasa

gustave morin - butterball exploded Posted by Picasa

Mick Boyle Posted by Picasa

Thursday, August 11, 2005

Max Middle(?) from Murderous Signs #11 ( Posted by Picasa Posted by Picasa