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1-5 Wilkinson St
Brunswick 3056
Victoria, Australia

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TCB acknowledges the people of the Kulin Nations as the traditional custodians of the land, recognising their connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to their Elders; past, present and future.


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mussstaaangg Sallllly
17 Mar 2010—03 Apr 2010


Dan Attoe, Jesse Albrecht, Brandon Buckner, Possie Currn, Rebecca Steele, Katherine, Parker Bryden, John Dilg, Jeremy Willis, Crystal Schenk, Gordan Barnes, Selby Davis, David Dunlap, Keven Hooyman, Jeremy Tinder, Diana Cooper, Cece Cole, Katherine Parker Bryden, Ji Yong Kim (all US) & Brendan Dwyer (Melb)




‘Mustang Sally’ is a collection of small works on paper and little sculptures, posted by Bill Donovan to me. Bill is my bestest blog fan ever. The exhibition brings together who Bill likes in his America and brings Bill and I a little closer together. Mwahhh! For my part I’ve put in Brendan Dwyer. We’ve never met either, But I’ve had some Mad intranet emails. I got in touch cause I liked his Victoria Park show. It was Mad.
The exhibition includes a drawing swap box by Katherine Parker Bryden, Katherine says “I don’t know if the ‘Have a penny, leave a penny. Need a penny, take a penny’ dish exists in Australia, but they are common here in Iowa and generally have penies in them, spare change left next to shop tills for people in need by people with extra (or people who hate pennies).We shall see if the gift economy flows”

So if you hate yr drawings come and leave one behind and get a better one by Katherine