Thursday, January 27, 2005

exilesonmainst: hoohoohobos/fortuitouslogos

exilesonmainst: hoohoohobos/fortuitouslogos
mail art call: ongoing. no deadline. periodic documentation. send found or unnecessary metal keys to fill the interior of a '50 model Ford to confound future archaeologists.
To..Rust Never Rests
buZ blurr
908 E. Main St.
Gurdon, Arkansas
71743-1835 USA


Blogger Ed Giecek said...

Is it okay if'n we nail 'em to a board first?


too late.

7:16 PM  
Blogger buZ blurr said...

YES..screwed or nailed to a board is fine. In fact perfect.
ED, I posted my contribution re: DYLAN64 to you yesterday. And in the 'drifter did escape' vein I captioned the boxcar icon, "Continental Drifter". Around 60 cars in the sharp wind of late afternoon.

3:05 AM  
Blogger Ed Giecek said...

Sound'zZ good, Buz. Can't wait to see yer Dylan 64 mailart.

I posted a photo of the keys I sentcha. Click HERE to see my blogg post.

4:09 PM  
Blogger michael said...

Ah Buz got the bloggin bug! Welcome aboard the bumpy blog train Buz! I will put a key in an envelope or card fro you soon. I love the one that Ed has done. postage would cost a fortune from here though if i sent that many! Will put a link to my blog.

1:04 AM  
Blogger Jonathan said...

Hiya, BuZ... Stangroom, here.
Welcome to Blogging...
I'm sure that I have a few keys to nowhere
around here... I'll post something soon.

1:59 PM  
Blogger buZ blurr said...

Thanks, Michael. I look forward to receiving your key.
I've already been enjoying your blog, and appreciate all the old mail art you've posted, including the stencil letter of mine from 1983.

2:01 PM  
Blogger buZ blurr said...

Hey Stangroom...Haven't seen you since the Beyond Punk and Zines gig at Printed Matter on Wooster, January 1999.
Still obsessing about mail, and attempting to fill some emptyness in this parody of white trash penchant for accumulating finished vehicles in the yard, but how can you scoff at something and yet try to elevate the ritual of filling an object to the point of art fetish, or rectifying readymade process, when these same vehicles in the Rust Never Rests installation are yours from an lowlife life. Yep one a Ford,and one a Chevy. A '50 model Ford four door sedan previously black, and a '62 Chevy long bed pickup light blue, heavy on the blues white trash struggle symbols. Any keys lost found or indifferent would be appreciated.

7:49 PM  
Blogger jassy lupa said...

buZ - Got Haynes Rhymes a dated poem today. Man, you might as well admit it, you're addicted to your muse! Debating if I will send along some of my dated poems??? The photo booth and poem together made for a interesting valentineZ.

6:40 AM  
Blogger buZ blurr said...

Jassy...addicted to confusion and chaos methinks I must admit. Yes please do send your dated poems. As much as I hate poetry, I look forward to reading something authentic.

6:29 PM  
Blogger jassy lupa said...

Authentic....hahahaha! You're funny! If you hate poetry, I am not going to torture you! Writing poems is often much more fun them reading them. Hearing them read is the only way to go.

2:50 AM  
Blogger PI64 said...

Is this still going on??? I got some keys for you!

10:36 AM  

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