Bild-Gedicht

Zwischen 3. und 16. August 2021 fand die erste Mail-Art-Ausstellung auf Naxos statt. Beim Resist Mail Art Festival auf der griechischen Insel konnte man nicht nur Bilder anschauen, man konnte bei Workshops auch selbst tätig werden. Abgerundet wurde das Ganze durch Konzerte mit Conteh Dauda, Laurel Kortinas, Thanassis Koutsonas und MC Yinka. Wir waren mitContinue reading “Bild-Gedicht”

You’re Not From Here

On Refugee Day we want to tell you a story in form of a song. On 27 August 2015 Austrian police discovered a truck along the A4 highway in Austria and found 71 deceased illegal migrants, including eight children. All persons had suffocated within hours of boarding. There were no survivors. Years before, Gerald had writtenContinue reading “You’re Not From Here”

Mythological Creature

The Chimaera (Χίμαιρα) was an ancient Greek monster. According to mythology it consists of a lion with a goat’s head on its back and a tail in the form of a snake.Similar creatures existed in the beliefs other civilizations as well, e.g. the Indus people and Ancient Egypt. Over time the term chimera has comeContinue reading “Mythological Creature”

Eastbound Flowers

Beautiful flowers are the subject of the Renoca Lobo Art Gallery’s call for mail art. Well, since Vincent van Gogh’s sunflowers every artist has drawn or painted flowers at some point of his career. The gallery on the Philippines will receive tons of cards and letters, we suppose. The flowers on Gabriele’s colored pencil drawingContinue reading “Eastbound Flowers”

Music in Prison

Love, Freedom, Solidarity is the theme of an exhibition Carrara. The town in northern Italy is known for its wonderful marble – and its revolutionary traditions since the 1890s.  In 1968 Carrara saw the foundation of the International Federation of Anarchists (IFA). Our contribution consists of Gabriele’s watercolor painting and Gerald’s poem about Greek prisoners that escapeContinue reading “Music in Prison”

From Russia With Stamps

Russia may as well be a synonym for poetry: Pushkin, Yesenin, Mayakovsky, Akhmatova, Mandelstam, Blok… Not all of them fall into the category great Russian soul. Vladimir Maykovsky, for instance, says in his epitaph for Sergei Esenin who commited suicide in the hotel Angleterre, writing his last poem with his own blood: “…maybe, if thereContinue reading “From Russia With Stamps”

Send in the Dolphins

Send me your light will be the title of an exhibition in Bremen’s Lichthof Kunstfabrik in November 2021. We sent a combination of watercolor & text in the form of a haiku. The work takes the point of of sea creatures that are able to dive into the lightless depths of the oceans. When theyContinue reading “Send in the Dolphins”