London Dada Work No. 624; Tate Britain Turner Prize Toilet Installation -a Judge’s Choice

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Turner Prize 2013 – a London Dada early bird entry.
Tate Britain Toilet Installation no 1
– a Judge’s Choice.
c. Art Axis

We welcome AA back into the fray with our radical early bird ( Dec 2012 ) entry to the Turner Prize 2013.
Featuring lavatory furniture in the form of 4 “fountains” ( each representing a shortlisted entry ) plus one “customer” from within the actual gents public convenience of Tate Britain itself.

* Lightjet print rendered in Holga’ish style, 24″ x 21″ on Ilford Pearl, signed by the Banksy of Dada. (One woldwide)

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* NB Update, Nov. 2013  London Dada’s  “earlybird entry” to the 2013 Turner Prize – content hilariously copied by David Shrigley in the TP piss-in-a-bucket talent spirit in which it was offered..

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2013 TP held in Derry
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London Dada – kickstARTing the 21st C.

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⊕ UPDATE 2018; London Dada’s Homage to David Shrigley, © Art Axis

Links to ” A Thieving Dim Bulb in Derry ” Turner Prize 2013

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* London Dada on Flikr quick-access archive website

7 thoughts on “London Dada Work No. 624; Tate Britain Turner Prize Toilet Installation -a Judge’s Choice

  1. Pingback: 2013 Turner Prize and a thieving dim bulb in Derry | LONDON DADA

    • Piss-proof yes Brianna but never talentless-proof, unfortunately.
      The TP selection panel just keep on excelling themselves year after year in their choice of absolutely stupifying “works of art”

      They’ve simply got to be ” Avvin’ a larf”, as they say in Hoxton.

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