NEW DADA Work 254 – Witness the New Labour Sickness / The Respect is Mutual

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The fawning faithful pretend a welcome. Open-top bus tour of Bhagdad anyone?
100,000 innocent civillian deaths in Iraq – that’s hilarious Tony.

Over 300  British soldiers died for his WMD BS; still the psycho smirk undiminished.

  Rampaging privatisation of the Health Service to launder taxpayers’ £billions to line his
 corporate pal’s Savile Row pockets.

. . .and feather his wife & kids’ nest for years to come.

One thing you can’t hide, is when you’re crippled by bitterness inside.
Always a frown, with Gordon BrownTM

“Progress” “Change” “Choice” “Sacrifice” “Terror threat” ” Building a Better Britain”

Who suntanned with the good Christian Sir Cliff Richard while 300 kids were buried-alive under Zionist terrorist-shelled rubble and Gaza burned.. all for the want of a simple ceasefire call he refused to make – for fear of displeasing the Israeli govt. and limiting his own grubby little career prospects thereby.

Now that’s worth a round heh Cherie

” We love you, child-murdering war criminal yes we do “

Off you go little man, the hounds of hell await

The British Bias Corporation’s Nick Robinson guards his career at the expense of the truth
like the chimp masturbating in a zoocage for its banana reward.. that he is.

The Respect is Mutual
c. 2006 Michael St.Mark

After 10 years of Blair/ BBC distortion lies and spin, and deaf to the opinions of the majority; London Dada produce a sequence of TV stills – a fitting legacy of the PM’s farewell speech at the Labour Party conference in Manchester – Blair blurred and with the sound on  M U  T  E .

The respect is mutual

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London Dada Work 253 – Six Solid Ghosts

6 solid-ghosts

Six Solid Ghosts
c. Michael St.Mark 2006


Hexaptych presentation of of six covert digital images of random passers-by at dusk( open aperture / 1/8sec ).
Hampstead High Street, London NW3, August 2006

First in our Human Condition series, setting a trend in the art mainstream.

Comment on the temporal nature of human existence in comparison to the relative longevity of urban surroundings; Six Solid Ghosts hints at the transparency of the physical body at the atomic level – that in fact we are not as solid as we imagine.
A further dimension is intended by the title, suggesting we appear to be little more than isolated wandering spirits body-hopping from life to life, temporarily trapped in a decaying flesh and blood cage and raising age-old questions on the subjects of reincarnation and the interwoven nature of life and death.
Hexaptych. Signed edition of 50 Lightjet prints on Ilford Pearl, 24″ x 20″
£450 ( unframed )

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