Cover letter

New York City College of Technology
300 Jay Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201

December 12, 2018

Clout Bee, DFA
Art Manager
WordArt Gallery
1407 Vertical Street
Brooklyn, New York 11256

Dear Mr. Clout:

I’m writing an inquiry about you to inquire about your gallery/museum/etc space and to propose an installation based on the work maybe classmates and I have compiled. I am a communication design student at NYCCT studying art interested in advertising together with my classmates. We have developed an installation entitled  a glossument. Inspired by Tom Phillips’s “A humument”, this project is a new innovative way to express our art in this technological age. It may sound corny but trust me, this project were working on will gain you many audiences and popularize your museum.

Our installations includes various artistic perceptions through drawings and many individual idealistic creativity. We bring life to our books through various means such as cut-ups, paintings, vocabulary, and etc. We’re basically trying to find creative ways to put an artistic meaning to books and give books a better concept than the usual heavy, long, dull look. My work, in particular includes many things such as blackout poetry, magazine postings, and side cuts. Each piece to be displayed has already been prepared  with appropriate didactic panels (see inclosed links, “omnipotent ”, “Fictitious ”, “Carousing ”, “sociology”. You should also check out my Catalogue Entry. This should be very interesting towards your audiences perspectives. Please consider our works for the culture of art and design.

My classmates and I hope that this installation is of interest to you Museum. If I can answer any additional questions, Please reach out to me at the address above. I look forward to your reply. Hopefully my classmates and I would be able to work with you in the near future. Have a wonderful evening and please try to get back to me when you can.

Sincerely yours,

Olando 

Olando Alexis

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