The Bullet Holes of Peace (V. 1)
c. Michael St.Mark & Art Axis 2014
* Digital collage featuring images from WW1 and the Iraq war impregnated with green holes,
green being the opposite (contrasting ) color to (blood) red and sybolizing the acute need for
a change in consciousnessness within humanity; we all need to be ( and are being ) "shot"
with the purifying bullets of peace.
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Dada was founded in Zurich in 1916 essentially as a war protest movement against the
horrors of WW1 - a totally unnecessary war that killed millions and began by corrupt politicians
who brainwashed the masses into participating. By-passing WW2, a war that was legitimate
of course, in that Hitler was aggressively threatening the entire world...and on to the Iraq
debacle that had strong echoes of similar pointlessness and mass killings as WW1; this time
initiated by two despicable leaders backed up by their spineless and principle-less Parliamentary
or Capitol Hill colleagues, each one motivated by hope of personal career-advancement.
Here, in this penultimate London Dada work, Dada goes full circle, back to its roots of being an
anti-war protest art movement, with almost 100 years gone by and with the terrible war crime
that was Iraq, added.
Several versions of this work to be hopefully posted over the next few days...
Signed edition of 50 lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura, 24" x 24"
£ 350 ( unframed )
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