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    A cool breeze pushed my back as opened the door, it was as if an incomprehensible force wanted me to enter. It was then that i knew for sure! The almighty Skywhale was beckoning me as if i was a sheep awaiting its slaughter. In fear i defecated all over the floor, yet as my fear subsided I could see that such fear was groundless. The almighty Skywhale meant me no harm and as i looked into its beady eyes i felt true love at first sight. Skywhale embraced me in its nipples and gripping tightly we copulated for exactly thirty seconds. I woke up in the adelaide museum resting in a T-rex’s arms.Looking back I enjoyed the experience immensely yet it has scarred me for life,10/10I wont be coming back here again.

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    I absolutely love Visiting the Art Gallery of South Australia, as i get inspired from all the magnificent artists. Their artwork allows me to apply great concepts to my own artwork. @Stefankosmidis

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    This is a lovely building containing a small but varied collection of permanent and special galleries full of art, sculpture, decorative arts and furniture. The Australian galleries are organised in a rough chronology, I particularly liked the early 20th century gallery esp. introduction to the work of Dorrit Black. The newly reopened European galleries are organised by theme rather than chronology which is fresh and original and throws up some challenging juxtapositions. Some great special exhibitions too including You Gallery curated by public vote and featuring some striking pieces including a bright yellow perpendicular rhino. Inspiring and stimulating!

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    At the Dark Heart Exhibition, quite intereting

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    potentially one of my favourit government managed galleries anywhere in Australia!