The TAM Rubberstamp Archive started in 1983 by sending out the first sheets into the network Ruud knew then, and is now over 32 years old. Still more contributions come in and only rarely the normal public can get a glimpse of what the archive contains. Several documentations about this archive are previously made, and online a large catalogue is available. (You can find an overview of all important details mentioned in previous publications (see also www.iuoma.org).
One of the stampsheets returned to the archive by Fluxus Artist Dick Higgins. He sent them with one of his letters during the Mail-Interview I did with him. For this intervies see: http://www.fluxusheidelberg.org/dhint.html
for the text of the interview or go to: http://www.fluxusheidelberg.org/
for more information about the Fluxus Heidelberg Center.
Labels: Dick Higgins, Fluxus, Fluxus Heidelberg Center, Mail-Interview