Work No. 761; Dinosaurs must Fall

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Dinosaurs Must Fall

  c. Michael St.Mark 2015

Arrangement; with copy of real media‘s ‘ Daily Mail ‘ from their Anti Daily Mail week, 13th-20th March 2015
with reclining plastic model T. Rex sporting names of various popular corporate interest  press & TV MSM
news channels

* The slogan, Dinosaurs Must Fall* – relating to the pre-election battle between vested interest hard copy, TV & radio mainstream media ..and free range social media ( in which – as time & tech progress and a new generation becomes embedded in the population –  there can only be one eventual outcome)  *coined by  artist Michael St.Mark, March 2015.

* Update 11th May. Despite the election result falling on the side of the string-pulling establishment again this time, the trend towards social media usurping the static, one-dimensional ( the Murdoch-dimension ) mainstream as the de facto source for news and CAs will inexorably increase along with its free range of opinion and info choice –  therefore produce outcomes that reflect a better-informed electorate.

Art, for us, is not an end in itself, but is an opportunity for true perception and criticism of the times we live in “
– Hugo Ball,  father of Dada.

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Work No. 760; Briberry Jam Tomorrow – Dada election special

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Bribery Jam Tomorrow ( * but never jam today, note. )
  c. Michael St.Mark 2015

Mixed media Work. From 2014
Photo collage on toasted white end bread slice, with confiture spread
Mounted on candy white artists card within a 9″ sq passe-partout box frame.
*Comment on the increasingly desperate daily election pledges from political parties in the run-up to the UK 2015 general election.

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Jam Tomorrow” is an expression for a never-fulfilled promise. It originates from Lewis Carroll’s 1871 book Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There.[1] In the book the White Queen offers Alice “jam every other day” as an inducement to work for her.

Work No 759; Krab Phone ( it’s for you )

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  Krab Phone ( it’s for you )
  c. Michael St.Mark 2015

  Photomontage with ink and graphite. After Salvador Dali‘s Lobster Telephone.
Precursor to forthcoming concrete Work ( actual parts linked together as above )

London Dada’s entry for this year’s DaliKrab Day; an annual online free range creative art and music fest hosted by Stateside artist Justynn Tyme.