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The '''Key of Gold''' (鍵) is an item in [[Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]. It is acquired in the Room of Greed [[Tong-shi]], by clicking the small bowl in the middle on one of the shelves around the edge of the room. It can then be used to open the chest of drawers in the centre of the room, and open one of the three compartments.
  
'''The Alphabetical Orgasm''' is a 1991 series of graphic artwork by Osamu Sato. It may be viewed in high resolution on [http://www.osamusato.net/#graphics Sato's personal site]. It was published in book form the same year by Tierrart, with additional messages and doodles in between each letter. The fully scanned book is available on [http://satoarchives.com/Archive/Art/(1991)%20Alphabetical%20Orgasm/Alphabetical%20Orgasm.pdf Sato Archives (large PDF warning)].
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==Exhibitions==
 
According to the [http://osd.co.jp/sato/sato_history.html defunct OSD website], there were 2 exhibitions for The Alphabetical Orgasm: one at the Tierrart Tokyo Gallery in November '91, and another at the Takichi Studio Com in April '92 (verification of translations needed). The postcard scans shown below, [http://osd.co.jp/graphic/graphic_old/index_graphic.html showcased on the same website], seem to corroborate this information.
 
 
 
[[File:Ao_card2.png|Exhibition 1991 11/5 - 11/30]] [[File:Ao_card1.png|1992.4.23 (THU) - 5.5 (TUE)]]
 

Latest revision as of 18:55, 22 August 2020

The Key of Gold (鍵) is an item in Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou. It is acquired in the Room of Greed Tong-shi, by clicking the small bowl in the middle on one of the shelves around the edge of the room. It can then be used to open the chest of drawers in the centre of the room, and open one of the three compartments.