Butcher Kings 10/6/11

If you are reading this you owe it to yourself to witness this event! How do I know that this opening is of such importance you ask? I was invited; well not as much invited as kidnapped. Taken to the future by men dressed as animal. They pulled me through time and space and when I arrived my eyes could not believe the sights before them. Images not so unfamiliar but changed, twisted, perverted in ways the human mind had yet to image. Just by being surrounded by these works of art I knew they had the capability to let those who seek the truth be freed. I gazed into the truth I felt as if I was going to faint, but before I fell out, they beckoned me to join them again to travel yet further in to the future. Though I feared my sanity I pressed onward. The place in which we arrived was much, much different. Creatures of all kinds, half man and half beast surrounded me. All of them gazed forward toward a pair of thrones, by which the masked men stood. The two figures removed their masks, to reveal their identities to be,  Alex Pardee and Skinner. As they sat down on their thrones their subjects chanted long live “The Butcher Kings”.

So tell everyone!!! Thursday the sixth of October, two thousand and eleven at the Gallery 1988 the future will be born in blood!!!!!

 

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