Sunday, October 31, 2010

Poembombing the national gallery

At the National Gallery of Australia I left a Poembomb on the wall of the childrens gallery for the exhibition "life death and magic, the 2000 years of art in south east asia".

The exhibit had many relics that have been removed from tombs that now 'belong' to galleries the world over.

Where now do your bones lie
That once with honour laid?
Your coffin is empty
And in our gallery displayed

Monday, October 25, 2010

Neologos of the new the aeon

The word: Extrademential Travel

1) A trip the olds take and they realize half way they cant remember where they are going, or where they coming from. See also Ditch-Bed and Roadside grave
2)  A granny-bus for weekend trips, often to Canberra for Floriade, but possibly anywhere to buy souvenir spoons and complain about the plastic wrapped sandwiches not being quarter-cut.