11.14.2018

SENT #6





#6. Sent 2018 is an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. 

11.13.2018

SENT #5






#5. Sent 2018 is an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. 


11.12.2018

SENT #4






#4. Sent 2018 is an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. With the original mailed card and Jeff's digital alteration. 

11.11.2018

[... .] une lettre peut toujours ne pas arriver 't destination, et [...] doncjamais elle n'y arrive. -Derrida, La Carte postale





SENT, an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. With the original mailed card and Jeff's digital alteration. Posting the six cards as I can

SENT #3



#3. Sent 2018 is an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. With the original mailed card and Jeff's digital alteration. 




11.10.2018

SENT #2






#2. Sent 2018 is an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. With the original mailed card and Jeff's digital alteration. 








11.09.2018

SENT, postcards from Club paradise....






#1. Sent 2018 is an experimental mail art project with Jeff Crouch. The postcard messages are a secret story without beginning or end. Is a card lost in the mail? Who is writing to whom? What are the motives of writer and recipient? The writing on the back of the cards suggest a narrative different from the usual holiday tourist seeking memories to consume later. Influenced by Derrida’s Postcard, the cards are a secret that serves a purpose we can never know. From Club Paradise http://www.ceceliachapman.com/blog/club-paradise in production. With the original mailed card and Jeff's digital alteration.