When all the Affairs are Done (an archetype)
c. 2010 Michael St. Mark
( for lost loves )
She used up her 35 miles of men and more – ahh, those sexciting swinging 1960s, 70s, 80s
Nowadays, she notes, toyboys glance just the once -and quickly away.
This then, a residual psychological stasis, a tangled prison of sexual-emotional karma, strong as if cast in iron..
..and a suffocating sense of emptyness, the inevitable long and lonesome end.
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c. Dingo 2010
( Found road work, signed in seaweed and dog shadow pebble by Dingo.
Rye Harbour May 2010 )
New Dada artist Dingo ” Putting the extra in the ordinary ” TM
” Seeing the extra in the ordinary” TM
London Dada resurrects a piece of playful DADA anti art ( Work 152 from Dec 2005, click on Archive above ), taken (stolen) using prohibited (flash) photography from within the dark confines of ” Dali Universe”, then located on the South Bank, London.
We accept Salvador Dali’s stated invitation ( actually printed by Dali Universe heirs on the mount below the miniture ) to steal the famous surrealist’s ideas, in the spirit in which it was offered by the artist and claim this to therefore be a genuine ( world’s first ) posthumous art collaboration.
The actual work is in the form of a one-off photo print, 20 X 25cms, mounted, framed and signed with a copy of Salvador Dali’s common art signature alongside that of Michael St.Mark.
Dead Dali Dada – a posthumous collaboration
by Salvador Dali and Michael St. Mark c. 2005
Scene of the flash & grab art theft, the Dali Universe in 2005.
“Dead Dali Dada” POA
– Art Axis.