MinXus Mail Bag: PMM (Personality Modulation Machine) Inventory response from Stephanie Blake (Huntsville, Alabama, USA)

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Mail-art by Stephanie Blake (Huntsville, Alabama, USA)

Stephanie Blake completed and returned this very colourful and creative PMM Inventory for evaluation and scoring. A very interesting aspect of the piece is that it was torn into squares and then sewn back together. Tenderfoots might recall we recently posted Vizma Brun’s (Waitpinga, South Australia) completed inventory:


For the understandably bewildered, the PMM Inventory was sent to DKult members to measure the damage, if any, caused by the Personality Modulation Machine alleged to have been mailed to an unknown number of individuals by KDJ (Orlando, Florida, USA).

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We do not believe it would be proper to offer much commentary on Staphanie Blake’s work until the PMM Inventory’s have been scored and evaluated. She sent the response in a fantastic envelope:

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Thank you Stephanie!


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Claudia McGill
    Apr 17, 2013 @ 16:05:31

    I love her work and I love this. Nice and chaotic.


  2. minkrancher
    Apr 17, 2013 @ 18:08:18

    Thanks, Claudia. Glad to hear from another SB fan. Stephanie has embraced Trashpo with the proper spirit; that’s for sure. She grasps the D-Khaos aesthetic.

    She has a much wider range & produces truly beautiful & remarkable work beyond Trashpo – I’m with you. I have a nice collection in my own archives.


  3. minkrancher
    Apr 17, 2013 @ 22:46:14

    Elephant, I do appreciate all your favourites. I figure you’re no stranger to the ranch, and we have plenty of room for an elephant, ‘long as you don’t get spooked by all the minks running ’round your feet.

    Stephanie Blank: missed that one the first time through. Miss Stephanie Blank.


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