London Dada work 539: What is becoming of us.

What is becoming of us.
c. Michael St.Mark 2011

Pavement stacks of sundry, identically-moulded empty plastic domestic containers. Hackney, East London.
( Social comment on the rapid acceleration toward wholesale human regimentation and its devaluing of individual expression worldwide via corporate brainwashing, expressed through government-controlled MSM propaganda.)



*Signed limited edition prints of selected London Dada Works from 2005-2014 are currently being released for sale here


4 thoughts on “London Dada work 539: What is becoming of us.

  1. Of course you were looking deeper, that is part of the appeal of your blog. will i see what you intended us to see? will i get the ‘real’ dada meaning?

    Mostly i’m way off the mark but that never stops me enjoying it, long may you continue doing it πŸ˜€


  2. Wow, i’ve never see so many plastic receptacles in one place in my life! How do ‘they’ get away with clogging up the pavement in this way?

    Plastic fantastic or a recycling heaven?—take your pick!

    I wouldn’t like to be the poor serf who has to get these out every morning and put them away at night πŸ˜€


    • Its an immigrant family operation by the looks so they are keener than keen, not to worry Mrs B.!
      At any rate, I think I might have been looking a little deeper?
      ( Have added some sub-text again )
      Thankx πŸ™‚


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