Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Monday, February 25, 2008

mailart workshop in Seoul

Franticham gave 2 mailart workshops in the Sujak studio.
Mailart is not so much known in Korea..
The interest and curiosity among the participants of the workshops was great.
We talked about the history of mailart and showed examples of mailart, assembly zines, mailart catalogues, artistamps, artist trading cards...

Friday, February 22, 2008

making collages at the starbucks in Seoul

Yellow frantic and green ham making collages at the starbucks.
A collection of small original collage accordeon books
between 2 wooden covers is called "Macu-Lage".
About 70 different of these book objects have been made since 2000. More information on http://www.redfoxpress.com/macu.html

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

shopping in Seoul for our fish box project

buying foam, plastic and epoxy resin in the Bangsan market
and different sizes of dried anchovies in Jungbu market.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

portable lollipop in Seoul

내가 아끼는 나의 동네에
쌍큼한 가게 하나
그림도 그리고 옷, 가방, 장난감,노트,
정겨운 것들도 팔고
기타치고 노래도 부르는
포터블 롤리팝
이번 달 그들이 만드는 잡지 주제는
'내가 만들고 싶은 가게'
나와 프란시스도 작은 그림 그려서
동네 디비디 가게 가는 길에 들러
풀로 꾹 붙여주고 사진도 찍고
그렇게 발렌타인 데이는 안녕..

Our drawing contribution to the zine of this nice shop "portable lollipop"
in Gaepo Dong, Seoul.

Mapping Correspondence - mail art work by antic ham

mail art work to NewYork.
from Seoul
bye.. and enjoy the trip to NewYork..

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

screen print of 30 colours

A screen print made for Luxembourger artist Robert Brandy.
The first picture shows work progress after 12 colours.
The second one is the finished print after 30 passages.
For more information about the artist check
My collaboration with Robert is in it's 29th year

Sunday, February 3, 2008

new series of photographs

I was always interested in the old tractors still in use by small farmers here in the West of Ireland.. you still see them driving at 5 km/hr on the streets with bales of hay or sheep, gathering turf on the bog or getting supplies at the hardware shop.
It's poet Sean Lysaght from Westport who gave me the idea of photographing them all in Achill, because they are particularly common still here, and eventually one day make a book from it.