Work No. 672: “100,000 years” signed editions.

Signed editions of work 672 ( See previous page )
Destroyed nuclear reactor pile no.1 chimney, Sellafield, Cumbria.

100K years SE vers1
A Hundred Thousand Years SE1
c. Michael St.Mark 2013

Digital-manipulation v. 1
All are signed editions of 10 fine art giclee prints on Kodak Pro Endura, 34″ x 32″

£585 ( unframed )

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A Hundred Thousand Years SE v2
c. Michael St. Mark 2013

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One Hundred Thousand Years SE v3
A Hundred Thousand Years SE v3
c. Michael St.Mark 2013
(images are click-through enlargeable)

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Work No. 672; A Hundred Thousand Years

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A Hundred Thousand Years
c. Michael St.Mark 2013

After Damien Hirst’s 1990 ” A Thousand Years”

Topical as reminder of the UK’s  own “Fukushima”, this completely man-made  ( or more accurately politician ambition-caused ) nuclear accident, the severity of which was covered-up at the time with, predictably, the workers who saved the day taking the rap.

Image; Reactor pile no 1 chimney still containing ten tons of melted uranium fuel from the Windscale ( now Sellafield) fire in 1957 that will remain highly radioactive beyond 1000 human generations.

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http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/business/robots-to-dismantle-windscale-chimney-1.1078836
http://www.llrc.org/rat/subrat/windscale.htm
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1367776/UK-Government-covered-nuclear-reactor-blaze-caused-death-cancer.html

YouTube; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIKuWW9FUwY

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Signed edition of one worldwide digital photo ( procured from the public road outside the Sellafield workers’ main gate ) 16MB file size( rendered to historical film coloration to reflect the era in which the fire took place ) giclee print, 32″ x 34″ hand-finished and to be bordered by a 5cm surround mount adhered with particles of surface mud-sand scooped from the local public beach ( officially non hazardous! ).
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Work No. 671; Mona Pixelisa

Mona Lisa
  Mona Pixelisa
  c. London Dada 2013

Bringing the iconic Leonardo DV painting into the digital age, now pixel-appropriated into a fresh artwork.
First pixelated appropriation of the world famous masterpiece since its creation in the early 16th C.

In the Democratizing Art series – trending power away from the big art institutions and collectors with their
cash cow artist harems living it up above the art establishment’s blast-proof glass ceiling.

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* August 2014 This Work currently being released for investment in the form of signed limited edition fine art prints at;

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London Dada Work No. 670; The Joys of Motherhood II

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The Joys of Motherhood II
Michael St.Mark 2013

 

 

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Mother and child resting at South Lakes wild animal zoo park, Cumbria. July 2013

DATA
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Signed edition of 50 Lightjet prints on Ilford Pearl, 24″ x  20″
£400 ( unframed)

 

Second in the series.  Links to TJOM 1

( See London Dada website for purchase info‘ on selected Works from 2005- present )

Work 195 reworked; Love is tearing us apart

Re-mastering / titling of Work No. 195, ” Long-distance Relationship” from 2006

Love Has Torn us Apart
Work No. 195 ( II ) . Love is tearing us apart / Jesus walks amongst us
c. Michael St.Mark 2006 / 2013


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North Finchley, London N.20

DATA
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Signed edition of 25 fine art giclee prints on Kodak Pro Endura.
24″ x 16″ ( unframed )
£250

 

( Purchase infos available on the London Dada archive website )

work 669; Valium Digitalis

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Valium Digitalis
c. Art Axis 2012

click to enlarge ..

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Flash photograph of spot painting ” Valium” by Damien Hirst enhanced and broken down into pixelation through digital image manipulation, creating a distinct new appropriation work, the intention being to trend art away from its unhealthy monopolization by the big players with their cash cow artists, here making a Damien Hirst (appropriation) affordable to the public.
Latest in the London Dada Democratizing Art series.

DATA
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Signed edition of 25 giclee prints on Kodak Pro Endura, 32″ x 36″
£ 500 ( unframed )

For purchase details see website ( ‘purchase works’ link )

work 668; Osborne HOC Mockery

George Osborne
Osborne HOC Mockery ( Triptych )
c. Michael St.Mark

” Scrunch portrait “TM  of Chancellor GO in the House of Commons in June after delivering his benefits cuts speech,
with a gleeful Cameron (seated) over his shoulder ( poverty is so LOL hey, Dave )
The sneering finger-pointing at the impotent Labour front bench enhanced in the scrunch, encapsulating the monstrously arrogant and bullying character of the present Government that has overseen a 60% rise in rough sleepers during its two years in office with a rapidly-increasing transfer of the UK work force onto zero hours contracts with plantation wages and diddly squat rights.

 

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Three digital photographs of the front page of the 15th June 2013 i newspaper in progressive stages of collapse.

Data
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3 giclee prints on Ilford Pearl paper, arranged and mounted on black card in triptych format,
32″ x 12″ combined
Signed edition of 25;  £340 ( unframed )

Also available in individual print form..

Osborne sneer
George Osborne scrunch portrait


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