New York Corres - Sponge Dance School of Vancouver - Original Mail Art Envelope with Two New York Corraspondence School Spit for Dadaland Xerox sheets + Marcel Duchamp Fan Club Cultural Ecology Project sheet

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New York Corres - Sponge Dance School of Vancouver.
Original Mail Art Envelope
with Two New York Corraspondence School
Spit for Dadaland Xerox sheets
+ Marcel Duchamp Fan Club Cultural Ecology Project sheet.

Vancouver: New York Corres - Sponge Dance School of Vancouver, 1972. 
Envelope with three sheets. 
4 3/16" x 9 6/16" .

Very Good. 
Envelope with tear on right side,
through part of hand-written address. 
Postal markings, toning, 
minor creasing and edge wear to envelope. 
New York Corres - Sponge Dance School of Vancouver 
and "Don't Drink Water" rubber stamps. 
Sheets have toning and minor edgewear. 

M
ailed to fellow mail (and Fluxus) artist Ken Friedman.

1.
May 20, 1972 New York Corraspondence School
Spit for Dadaland sheet
with 43 lines of text.

"28. Image Bankilly Linda Rosenkrantz. Strange Dream. Monte Cazzaza. Cavour. Monte, I suggest you sock it to Tootsy Noddles at Noodles at Ballon.

We played your fetish tape Richard L. & I listened to it. No comment.".


2.

May 26, 1972 New York Corraspondence School

Spit for Dadaland sheet

with 18 lines of text

and 24 Ray Johnson bunny head drawings labeled:

Ruth Sansegundo, Monte Cazazza, Alan Lindenfeld,Edwin Golikoff,
Fletcher Copp, A.A. Bronson, Davi Det Hompson, Robert Colaciello,
Dick Higgins, John Evans, Russell Edson, Reuben Ter-Artutunian,
Ted Carey, Agnes Denes, Atirnomis, Bill Wilson, Nancy Dickinson,
Charles Fodor, Richard Bernstein, Michael Mahoney, Stuart Horn,
Diane Vanderlip, Richard C, and David Herbert.

3.
Marcel Duchamp Fan Club, Cultural Ecology Project sheet.
"Please send piss pics to Barbara Rrose c/o Image Bank".
 

New York Corres - Sponge Dance School of Vancouver
was a mail art project founded in 1970 by Canadian artist Glenn Lewis. 
It was a node in the international correspondence art network 
along with General Idea/ File Magazine, Ray Johnson's 
New York Correspondence School and fellow Vancouver artists
Image Bank.