Work No. 750; Shoreditch Street Splash

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Shoreditch Street Splash
c. Michael St. Mark 2014

 

Triptych.  Selection of 3 heat map settings in PS based on an original photograph ( below ) of a pavement  vomit splash stain directly outside a Shoreditch pub. Dada – art that encompasses, and offers perception on, the whole of life.

Latest in the ” Great Nights Out” series
Linkback to 2011

Offered in an edition of 10, each comprising three Cibachrome prints on aluminium mounted within a box frame
48″ x 25″ (frame size )
14″ x 14″ ( each print )

£550 ( framed )

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10 thoughts on “Work No. 750; Shoreditch Street Splash

  1. Pingback: London Dada work 449, The Last Supper (Great Nights Out 1) | LONDON DADA

  2. Fascinating in the sense that you were drawn to it from an artistic perspective instead of the common sense disgust, lending an angle on our mad search for that elusive satisfaction and a semblance of happiness, left to regret our orgies while others shake their heads. Your heat map settings capture it from a colder distance, almost making light of the phenomenon. Thanks for sharing, though I need to work up an appetite for such forays.

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  3. I never thought i would see multicoloured vomit but i have to admit in this format it looks great———and not a carrot in sight 🙂

    It just goes to show that even the most revolting of things can be turned into art in the right hands!

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    • I think maybe the carrots were there – after all they appear to be obligatory, according to Billy Connolly.. but the council pavement sweeper had done its job well.. and a week or two of Shoreditch traffic grime completed the picture.
      Yes, even the humble vomit stain can play a part in art.
      Just making the point, seeing as no-one else seems to want to 🙂

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  4. I never thought i would see multicoloured vomit but i have to admit in this format it looks great———and not a carrot in sight 🙂

    It just goes to show that even the most revolting of things can be turned into art in the right hands!

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