London Dada Work No. 585; Withdrawal Symptoms

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Withdrawal Symptoms / Cashpoint Blues ( accidental public artwork )
c. Michael St.Mark 2012

Cashpoint screen, Holborn

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Origin

First in a new LD series exploring unintended art produced by unconscious accumulations of  human interactions with the environment.

Links to Work 715 from 2014; Money is a Frantic Language

“Suddenly, the world has become the gallery” – M.St.M

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unconscious paintings Rob-and-Nick-Carter

* Update Feb 2015. Rob and Nicky Carter’s ” Unconscious Paintings” by an amazing co-incidence develop the same theme of accidental art created by unconscious human interactions. ( Released 3 months ( June 2012 ) after the above seminal London Dada Work, ( March 2012)… that was itself the first artwork in history to employ the concept of unconscious art created through a process of accumulative unconscious human interactions over time.

* Update 2017; Turner Prize 2017 shortlisted artist Andrea Buttner’s entry;
“Smartphone glass finger smears” ( etchings from reversed photographs re-photographed / enlarged )

 

 


Withdrawal Symptoms Monochrome Reverse
(c) Michael St.Mark 2012

Selected crop of the original Work ( top page )

London Dada; reorienting art in the 21st C.

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