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Mail Art, In Indonesia Invitation Card

Mail Art, In Indonesia 招待状 Invitation Card,

去年の暮れに思わぬ事でインドネシアのアーチストの機関からmail artのコンテストのお誘いが来て,作品を送りました。open call(誰でも参加出来る。審査なし。)ですが、趣旨に沿っていればいいようで,環境に関する作品で,テーマはLOVE. mail artとは、post cardとかメイルで送れる状態のものを使用したアートの事です。私は自分の作っていた作品をポストカードにプリントしただけなんですが,自然に関する作品を使いました。

主催者の一人,Evieさんのmailでinvitation Cardもらいました。


2009年,2月 7-21日迄,と書いています。31カ国の人が参加しています。

場所はインドネシアのジャワ島のWest Javaでやっています。


Sebuah Perjuangan !




  1. Yoroshiku..
    It's quite surprising and interesting that you took part of art project on Indonesian website, especially from a city of West Java, which is my second hometown!

    Nice artworks, if you don't mind I'll link your blog on mine.


  2. Hi, ohayo!
    Thanks for your message.
    That would be nice you link my blog on yours. It would be a chance to click more down under people too. (^_~9)
    I have an artist site in;
    and the people who organizing the show sent an call letter to participate the mail art show. So I joined. I have never visited Indonesian nor West Java. It is a mail art call, so I just sent my postcard prints from Japan.

    People in the organization seemed nice. And the nature looked good. (just from the pictures in their website.) I want to visit there one day!

    I saw your blog briefly. That is interesting site. I saw the Female Robot on TV.


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