London Dada Work No. 688, The Cradle of Mass Indoctrination

cradle of mass indoctrination
The Cradle of Mass Indoctrination
c. Michael St.Mark 2014

( Entrance to the old BBC transmitter hall at Alexandra Palace where the world’s first high definition public
broadcast service was initiated in 1936 )

Alexandra palacehistory of television

The BBCAlexandra Palace
……“just another brick in the wall”

Link back to associated work from 2008;  Analogue Relic

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London Dada Work No. 687; Department Store Tan

department tan
Department Store Tan
  c. Michael St.Mark 2014

High noon in Lingerie and Swimwear at M&S.


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London Dada Work No. 686; Undercover Informant

Undercover Informant
 Undercover Informant
 Michael St.Mark 2014

Found work. Defunct telegraph pole intriguingly situated within dense woodland
South Mimms, Herts.


Signed edition of 25 lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura,
20″ x 16.5″
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Work No. 685; 250@1/250

© Michael St.Mark 2014

The combined speed of two Virgin West Coast Mainline Pendolino 125 trains passing ( circa Stoke-on-Trent ) and featuring the identical number in respect of the camera shutter speed being set at 1/250th sec.
First artwork we believe to be titled as a speed ( Video version tf )

A reflection on the rapid pace and increasing isolation in 2014 society, where fast-passing strangers have become reluctant daily companions – and for more than a few the sole means, such as it is, of social interaction.

Signed edition of 50 Lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura
20″ x 17″
£400 ( unframed )


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Work No. 684; The Propaganda Party

The Propaganda Party
© Michael St.Mark (31st Dec 2013)


Early New Years Eve street scene, Camden Town London NW1. In the first 3 years of the ConDem’s power-grab, official stats showed the number of rough sleepers UK-wide up by 20%.
Meanwhile the millionaire-to-a-man propaganda party likely as not whooping in the New Year in usual Bollinger-quaffing/sherbet-snorting Hooray Henry style from the uber comfort of their Chelsea town manses or ivy-dripping Rayburn-infested country cottage retreats in rural areas where their second ( or third) homes have jacked-up  house prices beyond the reach of young locals.

Signed edition of 25 lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura
20″ x 17″ ( unframed )

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