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I no longer wait alone.

November 15, 2009

I sent the following request to about 2 dozen individuals yesterday:

“I’m working on an analogue project exploring the concept of waiting, and I’d like to send you a personal invitation to consider joining me. If you’re curious and want to know more, send me your mailing address and wait for it…”

a few of them sent me an email, but didn’t realize that I was requesting their postal address. I admit, this type of request has become a bit of an anomaly. I followed up with the following message:

“I am glad that you’re interested, and can hardly wait to send you the details. To keep with the spirit of the analogue nature of the project and the fact that the concept is ‘waiting’, I will be mailing the invite and details to you. Then you will get your first taste of the project as you wait for the letter to arrive.  Send me your postal address, and I’ll mail the letter this week.”

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