Tracey Emin neon lights up 10 Downing Street Tracey Emin neon lights up 10 Downing Street The Associated Press LONDON LONDON (AP) — A new message is greeting visitors to the home of Britain's prime minister: "More Passion." The words, rendered in dazzling neon, are a work by artist Tracey Emin that that is now hanging in 10 Downing St. Prime Minister David Cameron's office said Sunday that the work was installed earlier this week in a busy hallway, above the door to Downing St.'s Terracotta Room. It stands in contrast to the oil paintings and portraits of former prime ministers elsewhere in the 300-year-old house, which serves as the British leader's office and London home. Emin is renowned for her provocative and confessional art. Her most famous works include a recreation of her disheveled bed and an appliqued tent entitled "Everyone I Have Ever Slept With."