Prank Letter – Reply from Australian Museum

July 27, 2007 at 12:02 am Leave a comment

On Wednesday I posted this prank letter that I sent to the Australian Museum a few years ago. Here is how the Museum replied to my proposal for a very strange exhibition by an Irish performance artist. >>>

Reply from Australian Museum

Dear Mr Ferguson,

Thank you for your letter of 3rd May and your interest in our institution and exhibition program.

‘Death: the Last Taboo’ is an exhibition that has attracted much attention and a great deal of acclaim in respect of the way it approached a sensitive subject. We are glad that you also found it of interest.

Your proposal is challenging, but we must decline the opportunity you offer.

The Australian Museum is an institution with defined mission and objectives, and this medium of performance art does not fall within our exhibition criteria.

Thank you, however, for considering the Australian Museum.

Yours sincerely,

Laina De Winne

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