MK Ultra Girl Remembers

Conceptual Photography

In 1985, I lost my brother, Michael Atkin in an accidental drowning death near Port Carling, Ontario, Canada. He was 19 years old. In 2010, I returned to the corner where I last saw his image fading away into the afternoon sun- College & Bathurst Streets in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. There I found this cast off, undressed doll set up on a cookie tin with a red apple placed on her belly.

 

45″ x 30″ Framed Mounted & Laminated Fine Art Photography

  • The long stitch. Always returning to the 5. Returning to remembering.
    MK Ultra Girl Returning

    The long stitch. Always returning to the 5. Returning to remembering.

     

  • MK Ultra Girl Missing

    Where did my life go? Here, have some symbols.

     

  • MK Ultra Girl Forgetting

    After all your chances are gone, then you will know why you never have any.

     

  • MK Ultra Girl Floating

    Suspended in Kultra on a projection screen. Watched, copied, replayed, stolen.

     

  • MK Ultra Girl Drowning

    Life without air. Sucking the life out of life. Nothing given. All taken. Losing for Winning.

     

  • MK Ultra Girl Dreaming

    Sexualized 4th dimensional interfacing with actors and politicians took over after beta programming started to wear off.