"Contemporary artistic approaches show that communication has become the principal focus in the research of artists wishing to transcend the social vacuum surrounding avant-garde works. Since they are marginal men, artists must recreate marginal media. It is surprising to discover that the counter-use of a commonplace object - the rubber stamp - by artists rather than by bureaucrats, in their correspondence, is a kind of tribal tom-tom, that reveals the existence of a vivid sub-culture with its values and structures, critical of their contemporary society." -- Hervé Fischer. Text in German, French and English. Features works by Hervé Fischer, Karel Adamus, Arman, D. Albrecht, Alexandre, Manuel Alvess, Bernard Amiard, Charles Amirkhanian, Eric Andersen, Anonyme, Arman, John M. Armleder, Gabor Attalai, Imre Bak, Eugenio Barbieri,Louis Bec, Bauhaus - Panchounette, Ben Vautier, Anna Banana, Thomas Berg, Joseph Beuys, Michel Bertrand, Jean Roualdes, Pierre Bettencourt, Jean-Francois Bory, Jacques Boursault, Claude-Gilles Boutillon, John B. Boyle, George Brecht, K.P. Brehmer, Michael Buthe, Gianfredo Camesi, Louis Cane, Jacques Charlier, Delibor Chatrny, Giorgio Colombo, Fletcher Coop, Robin Crozier, Robert Cyprich, Dadaland, Jerk Gaglione, Philip Dadson, Otto Dressler, Joerg Daumeter, Devichi, Irene Dogmatic, Galerie Ecart, Robin Klassnik, Opal L Nations, Man o' Man, Felipe Ehrenberg, Jean-Claude Farhi, Robert Filliou, Allen Fisher, Ruth Francken, Charles Frazier, Nina Frazier, Ken Friedman, Johan Van Geluwe, George and Gilbert, Giner, Jochen Gerz, Ruth Francken, John Freeman, General Idea, and more.