Love thy neighbour: SLOT a decade on

SLOT window gallery is celebrating 10 years bringing exhibitions to passers-by without the barrier of a door.
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There’s no door at SLOT gallery. It only needs windows.

The gallery, located between a Thai restaurant and a laundry on the lower end of Regent Street, Redfern, at what could be described as one of Sydney’s busiest intersections, is open 24/7.

Open 24/7 presenting exhibitions to the street, this project of artist Tony Twigg and ArtsHub writer Gina Fairley celebrates ten years this month. Twigg said of the project: ‘Some people tend rose gardens in front of their house, we give art to our neighbourhood. It is as though SLOT is their space, not mine.’

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