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Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World

An Appointment at the End of the World is made up of seven hanging ball sack clusters, each one of the seven colours of the rainbow. The work was inspired by Michael Jackson, the wild and beautiful black stallion (horse) that caused trouble and became a nuisance in the Tokomaru Bay district. He had a giant member which he used to like hanging out at inopportune moments, but the most tiny weeny ball sacks. Michael Jackson's only horse friend was Jumpy Joe. Unbroken, untrained, and unwanted, both horses received a bullet in the head and became dog food.

Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World
Paper/Cupboard Gallery
inside Cosset Café, 1087 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland
1 - 20 October 2013
Curators: Carolyn Gilbert and Cat Fooks

Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World
(detail)
Paper/Cupboard Gallery
inside Cosset Café, 1087 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland
1 - 20 October 2013
Curators: Carolyn Gilbert and Cat Fooks

Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World
(detail)
Paper/Cupboard Gallery
inside Cosset Café, 1087 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland
1 - 20 October 2013
Curators: Carolyn Gilbert and Cat Fooks

Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World
(detail)
Paper/Cupboard Gallery
inside Cosset Café, 1087 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland
1 - 20 October 2013
Curators: Carolyn Gilbert and Cat Fooks

Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World
(detail)
Paper/Cupboard Gallery
inside Cosset Café, 1087 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland
1 - 20 October 2013
Curators: Carolyn Gilbert and Cat Fooks

Hanging Ball Sacks: An Appointment at the End of the World
Paper/Cupboard Gallery
inside Cosset Café, 1087 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland
1 - 20 October 2013
Curators: Carolyn Gilbert and Cat Fooks

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