These small pieces of art will be exhibited during the CLOUDKNITTERS 10- YEAR festival that lasts from 30th September until 23rd October in the Old Bourse, Hofstraat 15, 2000 Antwerp (Belgium)
This Old Bourse is the oldest stockmarket of Antwerp for international trading. The Pagadder Tower (1533) was a watch-tower whose purpose was to spot ships so they could be compelled to pay excise duties. This happened during the Spanish occupation, and the tower was manned by officers who were considered too small to fight. Pagador means paymaster in Spanish, but here in Antwerp they still use the word ���pagadder’ (affectionately) for a small girl or boy.
Each of the little Mail Art works will be used for a video and will be exhibited on the internet.
The theme is "THE CLOUDKNITTERS".
Please send your postcard-sized artwork to:
Let's make the biggest MAIL ART PROJECT ever!
Kunstproject "The Cloudknitter At Vauban's House"