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We've nicked The Turner Prize. What's your entry? Engage your brain and submit to the board.

(Fri 7 Jun 2002, 16:50)
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# b3tan funk

Loneliness of the b3tan. Study #14, Oxford, 2002.
0,0,0 on 255,255,255. Detail in 255,0,0. Anti-aliased. Interlaced GIF89a.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:56, More)
# Conformity
I call this (my first work for the Turner Prize) "Conformity"...

It is an effort to show that despite our many faces and sides, we are all one, and yet we have our preordained place in life, and to step outside of that leads to chaos...

Hope you like it...

actually I don't, as that would give me much more credibility amongst the art world

(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:56, More)
# Confrontation

Redefining the way we think about the plastic arts.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:54, More)
# No Signal
 I call this No signal, symbolising life in the 21st century. Its a metaphor thing...
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:50, More)
# A fascinating insight into the creative process
summarising the internal indecision and confusion
experienced by the artist. What should he do for this
weeks competition? Will people like it? Where should
he put the kittens this time?

"Notes from a b3ta image" 2002
Photoshop, Google Image Search and Crayon. JPEG compression
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:47, More)
# morning
I call this "Dirty white polar bear trash"

it shows how appearences can be decieptfull or something
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:41, More)
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(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:33, More)
# Broken Images - by six50

This piece is to show the furtiveness of society.
It symbolises hope and loneliness.
It shows us that images, like people, can be torn away from society.

(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:33, More)
# As I've already
written this - it may as well be re-used as my entry for the challenge.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:29, More)

My most recent work. Entitled 'empty but with enthusiasm'
Within itself, the emptiness within portrays the lonely thoughts of a mad artist who has found his inner stream of inspiration at drought levels, but sees nothing.
Not in his own space or his webspace.
He awaits the little red cross, but the master teases (perhaps), or he may see all whereas the artist sees nothing.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:26, More)
# Remember Millwall, Now that was a May riot...
Fuck Football
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:25, More)
# My Turner Prize Entry - 9/11 Sinatra

... you will note that the lyrics are painfully hand-scrawled in the colours of the American flag on a black, smoke-coloured background, with the word "fly" excised... This is my trenchant and poigniant comment on World Events, the Entertainment Industry and the sense of self... I think it needs no further explanation.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:22, More)
# I call it
"Anthea Turners head, on a stick"

(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:20, More)
# United? Kingdom?

I believe the artist here is aiming to highlight the fundamental dichotomy of what it means to be British in the 21st Century.

The Flag represents the Traditional Ceremonial ties that bind us all whilst the lettering forces us to question the values of the patriotism we feel whilst being part of a larger whole.

It's a beautiful piece.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:19, More)
# Turner Prize:
An exploration of the futility of existence throught the medium of a bouncing root vegetable.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:13, More)
# can I just timespazz this since it's in the name of art?

(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 11:06, More)
# My turner entry

The juxtaposition of the two contrasting colours coupled with the repetitive motion from one to the other is symbolic of Britain today.
(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 10:58, More)
# Did someone say the Turner Pride?

(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 10:56, More)
# Turner Prize Comp Pic

(, Fri 7 Jun 2002, 10:43, More)
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