Last great exhibition you saw: “It was during South Australian Artist Week, and it was a whole lot of drawings of Port Adelaide. We can’t remember the artist’s name, but the work was exhibited in a dinky little gallery, nothing particularly special. Our favorite piece was a drawing of a junk yard where two goats live; this is a real place that we often ride our bikes past. They were just simple, child-like drawings with a splash of fluorescent watercolor. We also saw a show in Tokyo of the British artist Vincent Fournier in 2008, and loved his series of photographs taken at a space center in France (pictured).”
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Last great exhibition you saw: “It was during South Australian Artist Week, and it was a whole lot of drawings of Port Adelaide. We can’t remember the artist’s name, but the work was exhibited in a dinky little gallery, nothing particularly special. Our favorite piece was a drawing of a junk yard where two goats live; this is a real place that we often ride our bikes past. They were just simple, child-like drawings with a splash of fluorescent watercolor. We also saw a show in Tokyo of the British artist Vincent Fournier in 2008, and loved his series of photographs taken at a space center in France (pictured).”