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PARK HOUSE

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BY ROBERT DUNCAN GRAY

Robert Duncan Gray is an English artist currently living and working in Portland, Oregon, which is in the top left corner of America. Rob is the curator and host of A reading. He is currently concerned with painting, writing, drawing, and his R&B noise performance/persona project, COLDGOLDCHAIN. He produces a TV show called FLASHtv and he is always dancing, no matter what. 

Park House is for lots of people, mostly Granny, Barbara Simmons, Bobbie, who I miss very much. Also, Annie, my little sister, who is very very cool. Also, all my pals at Full Life, which is where I get paid to have fun with my friends. 


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