I AM EVERYWHERE (1996 - 1999)

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issue 1
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issue 2
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Starting out as a sticker, the I AM EVERYWHERE project grew into a worldwide exchange between artist and audience. People were encouraged to acquire stickers, stick them up and send photos back to the artist. This was before online social networking sites (before most people had websites) and the distribution was helped by media coverage. Some of the distribution and photography was taken up by participants of Mail Art who were a very pro-active community. By the end of the project over 20,000 stickers had been produced.

SR's I AM EVERYWHERE Magazine was produced (entirely on Microsoft Word) and distributed through shops and mail. It ran for three issues (each approximately 100 copies) and featured interviews with other artists, photos of stickers sent in from around the world, a letters page and other SR related subjects.

The Independent, March 1998

Selected envelopes

Selected sticker photos

Tobermory, Isle of Mull
Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Scottish Hebrides, 4th May 1998, photo: Andy Graham

Strawberry Fields, Central Park
Strawberry Fields, Central Park

New York, US 5th Jan 1999, photo: Alison Young

Krakow, Poland
Krakow, Poland

June 1998, photo: Michael Lumb

Llandudno, Gwynedd
Llandudno, Gwynedd

Sue Jeffries fridge, Wales 30th August 1998, photo: Sue Jeffries

Baraga Mooring Facility
Baraga Mooring Facility

Michigan, US, July 98, photo: Marilyn Dammann

Empire State Building
Empire State Building

New York, US, March 1998, photo: Kylie Hunt

on the D906
on the D906

Halfway between Chartes and Rambouillet, France, 11th August 1999, photo: Alan Turner

Tartu, Estonia
Tartu, Estonia

23rd June 1999, photo: Ilmar Kruusamae

Avenida Hipolito Yrigoyen
Avenida Hipolito Yrigoyen

Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 7th Oct 1998, photo: Clemente Padin

Daniel’s lounge
Daniel’s lounge

93a St George’s Road, Brighton, UK, 1998, photo: Daniel Eastwell

Cimitero Monumentale di Milano
Cimitero Monumentale di Milano

Italy, June 1998, photo: Ruggero Maggi

David Hunter’s bedroom trash can
David Hunter’s bedroom trash can

1650 California Street, Apt 10, San Francisco, California, US, October 1998, photo: David Hunter

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia, August 1998, photo: Helen McKinlay

LaVona Sherarts' kitchen
LaVona Sherarts' kitchen

St Cloud, Minnesota, US, July 1998, photo: LaVona Sherarts

Trash Can, University of Iowa
Trash Can, University of Iowa

Dept of Art and Art History, Iowa City, US, July 1998, photo: Stephen Perkins

Ouarzazate
Ouarzazate

Morocco, August 1998, photo: Russell Herron