Correspondence

Understanding another’s correspondence art is a difficult task, if not impossible. What context must I provide to give insight into the significance of a particular piece of correspondence, a particular sentence in the letter, a particular waver in the pen stroke? As superficial as a photograph of said correspondence may be, it becomes the reasonable access point for one who wants to enjoy the aesthetic of correspondence art without the laborious ritual of sending one’s mark’d matter through spatial distance. Last night I received a letter from a summer camp friend, he is 15 years old and lives in California.

Ethan

Feel free to send me words or things:

Samuel Margevicius

41 Varick Ave. # 315

Brooklyn, NY, 11237

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