Tuesday, 21 June 2016

From the Post-Consumerist Gift Store

Even though there is no gift shop associated with Villa Twaklinilkawt, many consumerist visitors anxiously look around for one.  They appear to believe this location is incomplete due to the fact that it does not provide the possibility of purchasing items of little usefulness to anyone.


Consumerist visitors hunt for souvenirs instead of immersing themselves in the imaginative, innovative and ingenious possibilities on display throughout Twaklinesque long galleries A and B.  They may even wonder why galleries A and B are called galleries A and B rather than being named after a patron or sponsor or celebrity.

The consumerist visitors often look through the keyhole of a storage shed.  They appear to be hoping to locate mass-produced fake rococo baseball caps, baroque t-shirts, neo-classical tea towels, a collectible range of Renaissance ballpoint pens and genuinely Gothic smartphone covers, and even a set of limited-edition Etruscan coffee mugs. 

There are, however, many gifts and other hidden treasures stored throughout Villa Twaklinilkawt.  Even this display of imaginative, descriptive information is provided without intrusive advertisements for irrelevant items.


Visit the post-consumerist gift store

Visit long galleries A and/or B

Look through the keyhole of a storage shed



The tour continues this way