Call for Mail Art: Your Doctor Mail-Art-ified!

What's Your view on your Doctor?

Is he/she a good help to you and do you feel blessed by having this good health care giver? Or are you afraid, angry, bored and/or distrusting whenever you visit your doctor?

Or is he/she invisible to you as until now you didn't need medical care at all?

For this online exhibition I'm looking for mail art which shows your opinion about your doctor. A portrait, a situation, certain objects or whatever, as long as it shows your thoughts and/or feelings about him/her.

All 2D media by snail mail are welcomed, minimum postcard size (10x15 cms), maximum A4 (20x30 cms).

No jury, no fee, no return. All entries about doctors will be published here.

zondag 5 september 2010

YDiMA part of exposition 2: Impression

As mentioned before, the mail art work received before August now is part of an exposition. The location is a company's dining (lunch) room in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands, and the works will be there until half of October 2010.

A selection of the works received later, in August, I attached to a canvas, too: see the smaller one (50x100 cms), above in the middle.

Alas it wasn't possible to hang it next to the other canvases, so it has a bit more 'uncommon' position (afterwards I've hanged the canvas a bit higher - see the picture on top - I hope it still will be there!..).
Though I think that 'uncommon places' also has to do with what mail art is about?!?...

Here a few pictures of a few visitors visiting the exposition last wednesday.
I invited all visitors to draw a doctor, too, and fortunately some of them indeed did. These drawings I'll post in the next message.

The 'work' in the middle contains some explanation about Mail Art, as I noticed that most people never have heard of this dear kind of art.

Also here, below, some more explanation to the visitors about mail art. Maybe some of you recognize the envelope which was sent to me from the headquarter of Andy's Real Wall. (And yes, Andy, I still owe you two pimped photos! They'll come your way one day!)

Finally a running-away-screaming (overworked?) doctor I made many years ago.

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