The first tour took place after regular gallery hours on Wednesday night.It was hoped the unique approach to the gallery's summer exhibition would remove the material barrier between artist and audience.The band was also joined by Christa Hughes (KK Juggy – the Ks standing for "knickers" and "knockers"), Glenn Abbott (Bryan Ferrysexual) on drums and Maree Bonner (The Widow Jones) on vocals and keyboards completing the band's line-up.Their first release under this arrangement was the song "Mutha Fukka on a Motorcycle".Those who took the tour this morning all agreed that after some initial awkwardness, walking around the gallery naked did not feel as strange as expected."Everyone's all in it together, so it's not weird or anything," one man said.
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you go, 'Oh I could look at all art like this, for the rest of my life'. Several of the morning's gallery-goers commented that viewing the Turrell exhibition naked helped them experience the art more completely, by removing peripheral distractions."You don't have the clothing distracting you.
And because of the light installations, everyone very neutral," one woman said."It just gives it a very different perspective."In Turrell's last visit to the capital he suggested the gallery allow audiences to experience his work naked, as had previously been done during one of his exhibitions in Japan.
Characters in the series were said to be modelled on Australian television figures of the day, and many self-referential elements featured.
Like Number 96 the series was famous for its adult storylines, frequent nude glimpses, and sexual content.