Work 393. Sky Newsreader Digital Deconstruct


Sky Newsreader Digital Deconstruct
© 2010  Michael St. Mark

 

Click to digitally enhance a digital composite Murdoch news puppet

The first in a new series exposing media frontmen and associated people who rely absolutely on digital means of  transmission of their weasel words and images to the gawping pizza-munching masses, in order to maintain “specialness” , high public profile and fame ( politicians, actors etc ) … by lifting the broadcasters’  propaganda mask of “real-ness” in analysis and scrutiny of its bare bones component parts ( by breaking down into pixelation ) that allows a glimpse into the “really real ” behind  today’s tawdry media – ie a phantasmagorical illusion of zeros and ones.

When you know the false to BE false
you will auto-know Existence – the Real, the True

– AdAdaISt

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Update; 2016. Six years on, artists Rob & Nicky Carter appear to have picked up on Michael St. Mark’s original concept of the digital composite portrait, only to degrade its morality-based social commentary purport to that of mere tawdry special effects comprising  digital composites of artists and famous individuals from the past that are copied into a traditional painting format by commissioned Chinese painters.
desktop_low_res_Composite_WEBSITE

Exhibition
http://www.barnsleycivic.co.uk/events/rob-and-nick-carter-composite-portraits

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Yet another update, 8 years on to 2018 and Saatchi Art promoting digital print based painter Matthieu Leger’s work as a major new contribution to painting.
( certainly Not new.. or original – AA )

https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Alderman-IV/152837/3811091/view

 

 

One thought on “Work 393. Sky Newsreader Digital Deconstruct

  1. i won’t change the channel! 🙂 but thats by choice not because the media told me not to…. they’ve also told me doing simple little things are hard and impossible to do unless i have an invention to do it for me. like putting on my shoes.

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