Mail art (correspondence art or postal art) was always a part of my artistic interests. Since I was an art student, I was impressed and intrigued by that crude (sometimes rude) and unpolished art movement that screams messages that I don’t quite understand. From Dada movement in the beginning of 20th century, over Fluxus and up to today’s mail art projects, this form of art and communication has retained its freedom, internationalism (in spite of uprising nationalism of the 21st century), community spirit and respect to everyone.
Only recently I started to be involved more. I have organised 3 mail art projects so far, with the last one finally showed me that art audience is willing to accept different art and is definitely ready to recognise the true nature of mail art.