Saturday, 22 August 2015

Observing the Administrative and Curatorial Offices

Although most tours of most cultural institutions, anywhere in the world, rarely allow visitors to tour the administrative offices, even if they wish to do so, there is the possibility that tours of Villa Twaklinilkawt will include that extraordinary privilege.

Without a thorough understanding of where and how the administration of an institution is conducted, it is extremely difficult indeed to comprehend how and why anything expressed through that institution becomes possible.

Most administrative tasks associated with the provision of public access to Villa Twaklinilkawt are performed not only in the gatehouse, in the archives, in the anteroom to the library and in the hallway, the annex, the science studio and the reception area outside the arts laboratory, there are, in addition, hundreds of offices in the middle levels of the observation tower.

To most visitors, looking from the front of the main house of Villa Twaklinilkawt and over its roof to the observation tower beyond to the south, it may seem as if there could not possibly be hundreds, if not thousands of offices within which hundreds if not thousands of official administrators are busy at work, doing hundreds if not thousands of important jobs.

There are meeting rooms, reception rooms, store rooms, tea rooms, toilet facilities, corridors, dining facilities, first aid rooms, class rooms, meditation rooms, mediation rooms, equipment rooms, technical rooms, rooms for repairing and upgrading items, rooms for ceremonies, rooms for interviews, as well as the permanent, official offices of the official administrators.

For example, if you wish to attend an introductory tutorial, it is likely that you will be directed towards the office of the administrative assistant through whom your registration will be processed.  First, you will need to ask the official guide for new students, down in the archives, to provide you with a map, providing directions on how to reach the 176th floor of the observation tower.

Eight rooms on the 4,957th floor, just below the arts laboratory, contain a magnificently curated, scientifically documented hat collection.  The curators of the hat collection have their own staff of guides, researchers and administrators.

As the central area of the tower is in the shape of an ethereal, inverted, hexagonal pyramid, the floor areas are greater on the upper levels than the lower ones.  Administrative and curatorial activities require plenty of space to ensure the regular, invigorating renovations and innovations are appropriately conducive to supporting the second Age of Enlightenment.  The proprietor of Villa Twaklinilkawt wishes to ensure everything here remains delightfully in order.

The purpose of all the administrative and curatorial offices, throughout Villa Twaklinilkawt, is to contribute to your understanding of the twenty-first century contributions to the second Age of Enlightenment.

On the 12th floor of the observation tower is the data centre for Adelaide Adagia.  The investigation unit of Adelaide Adagia is on the 68th floor.  The administrators, curators and investigators associated with the Adelaidezone Institute for Applied Twaklinological Research can be found on the 927th floor.

Everything within all areas of Villa Twaklinilkawt has been designed to be extraordinarily well-balanced and well-proportioned.  This is to ensure a classically equitable future is available to everyone.

Unlike Palazzo Twaklinilkawt in Twaklinton in Nilkawt, there is nothing particularly exclusive about the work within Villa Twaklinilkawt in Adelaide.  All digital visitors are welcome, within reason.  Even non-digital visitors are welcome, within reason.

Many aspects of the work within Villa Twaklinilkawt are not material, of course.  They are philosophical, historical, psychological, political, symbolic and culturally prolific and therefore ethereal and timeless and often metaphysical.

The observation tower has obviously been built with the assistance of an enlightened imagination to ensure it will never be regarded as a folly.  Whenever you explore the administrative and curatorial offices, or anywhere else within Villa Twaklinilkawt, you are therefore likely to hear a few immortal words

On the 724th floor of the observation tower is the International Scientific Museum of Twaklinological Enlightenment, with its priceless collection of important appurtenances.  Only impertinent persons would attempt to visit the museum without an appointment.

The most suitable place in which to hold a large-scale general assembly for both peace and prosperity in the world is in the Twaklinistically Constitutional Conference Hall on the 628th floor in the observation tower.  On that floor are also several offices containing administrative and research assistants, interpreters, tea ladies and jugglers.  There is also a small dance studio on that floor, for obvious diplomatic purposes.

Throughout Villa Twaklinilkawt, even in the smallest administrative offices, the highly admired culture transcends history and geography and anything currently popular to ensure an openly authentic yet informed and respectful public life can be experienced in this vicinity.  This is why the Celebrity Visitors' Centre is on the lowest, most easily accessible official level of the observation tower, with suitably designed entrances for anyone already well-known through the mass media.


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