Multi-stage digital image manipulation from original photograph.
Signed editions of 25 Lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura, 20″ x 16″ & 20″ x 12″
£180 ( unframed)
* This series provides an excellent investment opportunity in a brand new art sub-genre within art, where parts of major public galleries are posited as artworks in their own right; thus negating, neutralising and democratizing the anachronistic air of exclusivity and pompous elitism pervading such institutions.
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Reworking of work 350 from 2009. Topical DN tropical, Mr Frost – although nearing Easter – is enjoying his UK work so much, he refuses to ‘pack ice it in’ and snow shoe-shuffle off to his polar retreat” noitanrebih ” ( reverse hibernation ).
Art should never lose its playful, humorous side
c. Michael St.Mark 2013
Second in the series, the sense of vertigo reversed.
NatWest Tower, City of London
Linkback to Ogitrev 1, a collaborative work with photographer Dean Christopher in 2006.
Cropped & tonally-enhanced digital photograph..
Signed edition of 50 fine art Giclee print, 20″ x 12″
£450 ( unframed )
Vacant gallery wall, Saatchi Gallery Chelsea
Signed edition of 50 giclee prints on Kodak Pro Endura 20″ x 16″
£185 ( unframed)
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Meanwhile, just around a gallery wall corner…
“ It needs to be dark to be art” – a dark mind.
( Fifth in the series, positing the art gallery as art in its own right, democratizing the elitist aura of the large galleries )
Gents washroom, Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea.
Digital photograph, cropped and color-enhanced.
Signed edition of 50 giclee prints, 20″ x 20″ on Ilford Pearl
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Social commentary work.
Reflection on the surge in population in the last decade c/w targeted government cuts causing greatly increased pressure on jobs, public services, education, housing and lower-to-middle income in the chronic body crush and ubiquitous omnipresent car/truck rampage that is England 2013.
On an aesthetic level the image presents an interesting abstraction of feathery flux within
a narrowly defined color and tonal range.
Signed edition giclee prints, W 20″ x H 12″ on Kodak Pro Endura.
£250 ( unframed)
“Dada is the revolt of the personality threatened on so many sides, a revolt against levelling, stupidity and destruction. It is the distress cry of creative people against banality” – Richard Huelsenbeck ( one of the five original Dadaists of 1916 )