Work No. 794; A Crippling Wait

 

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A Crippling Wait / Excruciating Passage of Time III
c. Michael St.Mark 2015

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Bus stop smokers, Barnet N. London

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Signed edition of 25 Lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura
24″ w x 18″ h

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Link to first in the TEPOT series

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More wonderful serendipity with the actor and broadcaster Miranda Keeling
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And as if there’s need of proof that great minds think alike

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Work No. 793; The New Centurians

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The New Centurians
c. Michael St.Mark 2015

John Lewis, Knightsbridge W1

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London Dada Halloween Special

British artist Damien Hirst poses with a diamond-encrusted platinum skull, in London

British artist Damien Hirst poses with a diamond-encrusted platinum skull in this undated handout file photograph released in London June 1, 2007. The skull, by artist Damien Hirst, has been sold to an investment group for the asking price of $100 million, a spokeswoman for Hirst’s London gallery White Cube said on August 30, 2007.

Damien Hirst & diamond skull in ‘dark pixel’ TM appropriation
c. Michael St.Mark

Links back to Work 734 from earlier this year

Work No. 792; Destiny Unfolding

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Destiny Unfolds
c. Michael St.Mark 2015

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Mother helps child select T2 Diabetes obesity-inducing high carb / high sugar / negligible nutrients products from a perpetually well-stocked long supermarket  sweets & snacks aisle.

Actions taken in the present shape our future condition

” Dada is essentially the search for a new morality” – R. Huelsenbeck

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Work No. 791; Elsewhere Train

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Elsewhere Train
  c. Michael St.Mark 2015

Links to Work No 733 from February this year

Art, for us, is not an end in itself but an opportunity for true perception and criticism of the times we live in Hugo Ball, father of Dada.

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