Baroni, Vittore & Crozier, Robin - 1978/1987: Long Distance Accumulators
Vittore Baroni & Robin Crozier.
1978/1987: Long Distance Accumulators.
Nijmegen: Textual Serie, 1987 (?).
Light edge wear and tanning to covers at spine.
Stamped on back cover "No. 038".
Textual Serie Number 2.
Textual Serie is a series of small booklets with poetry, visual poetry,
short stories, etc. If you are interested, you can send material to us, for us to consider to publish. Please send the right amount of pages and design your own cover. If it is published, you will get 2 copies. Every booklet will be a limited edition of 100 copies.
Vittore Baroni is an Italian cultural activist, mail artist and music critic, who in 1979 founded the first mail art assembling publication/artist's magazine in Italy Arte Postale! and was among the first to write about industrial music and the new experimental frontiers. He recorded under the "multiple name" project Lieutenant Murnau some experiments on his own which appeared on different compilations, then in 1981 he co-founded the experimental label Trax and sub-labels Trux and Area Condizionata. In 1992 he joined the odd experimental band Le Forbici Di Manitù, and in 2004 he co-founded the assembling container/artist's multiples box BAU.
Robin Crozier was born in Gosforth, Great Britain in 1936. He did concrete and visual poetry, and was a teacher at Sunderland University. He published artistbooks like “Pages” (1970) and ran Phaidon Press. Since 1972 he had been involved in the Mail Art Network. In 1975 he re-drew portraits that various Mail Artists who had never seen him before did of him. Crozier worked with the female alias “Wanda“. He died December 21, 2001.