2000 / mixed media, packaging, world-wide postal systems / collaboration with Guy Allott
We asked hundred people to draw "a bird" on the 1st of August 2000, then to send the drawing to us that day via Airmail. The paper birds "flew" from 19 different countries and 81 people. The results of this mass-airmail migration are documented in the One Day Magazine, and were featured in two exhibitions in Berlin.
Drawings by / from: Dr. Kurt Krottendorfer Austria Natalie Bateman Australia Mateus Alfonso Brazil Pablo Burgos, Sonia Burgos Cantor Colombia German Toro Croatia Christa Demetriou Cyprus Angelika Hoch, Nikola Niemand, Steffen Ramlow France David Allen, Maria Theresa Alvez, Helena Biermann, Alan Boyes, Lenka Clayton, Jimmie Durham, Marie Cathleen Haff, Selina Herbert, Margrit Lauffer, Torbjorn Lime, Andras McGuffin, Ann Nöel, Joanna Powerska, Hannes Ravic, Martin Renschler, Bob Roberts, Jaro Frank Straub, Britta von der Behrens, Vincent Wong Germany Simon Lewandowski Georgia Alejandro Burgos, Simona Donato, Gregg Whelan Italy Phil Naylor Ireland Vic Swift Holland Lisa Adams, Paolo Bernini, Tozzi Gianni, Edward H. Goodwin, Richard Hartshorn, Marilene Oliver Japan Tine Isachsen, Yuki Sugiura Norway Jane Clayton, Colin Trevorrow Mid-Air (Over Moscow) Helena Biermann, Poland Sergio Fernando Macedo Gomez Portugal Lourdes Cid Spain Adam, Guy Allott, Gina Aylward, Jack Aylward, Anna Best, Lizzie Buckmaster, Ewan Cameron, Ben Clayton, David Clayton, Hilda Clayton, Jessica Craig, Gail Evans, Tegan Gates, Gail, Jamie Jay Johnson, Peter Jones, Sam Jones, Nerys Sian Mathias, Harry Maule, Sam Millward, Jose Miranda, Ella Philipson, Emma Philipson, Juliet Philipson, Gaby Read-Cayton, Jill Read, Ella Ritchie, Diane Robertson, Ruth Schäfer, Joe Shaw, Marko M. Stepanov, Clarrie Wallis, Michael Whettman, Robert Williams, Ramsey Williamson, Sue Withers United Kingdom Naomi Beckwith, Mark Dion USA