Easter Past Easter Present

 

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From 2012; Work 617; Boat Race Man

Remembering Trenton Oldfield, the admirably- principled activist from down under, who literally risked his neck during the Oxford/Cambridge boat race of 2012 to protest primarily against creeping NHS privatization and to remind 30 million viewers worldwide of the nasty,  pernicious Oxbridge-dominated elite running the government, the banks, the media and arts via unelected privilege and exerting gross inequality across the jobs and opportunities market right here in the “home of Democracy”.

Trenton Oldfield

 

 

 

 

 

” no good deed goes unpunished ” ( in a totalitarian state )

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Type 2 Warren II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type II Warren II ( amputation special )
Public health service Work, see link below.

 

From 2015 + update edition; Work No 744; Type 2 Warren

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London Dada Work No. 839; Another Quiet Day on the Farm ( video)

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Another Quiet Day on the Farm ( video )
Michael St.Mark 2016

 

Press to play video of the wind farm that ” supplies ten thousand homes with electricity”.

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When the wind drops – the other side of the renewables spin.

” One should bear in mind that individuals in the wind development companies and investors are making a considerable amount of money from over-subsidised onshore turbines.

They bear none of the incremental costs required to support an intermittent and, at times, virtually non-existent energy source.

This cost is borne by the consumers, as is the cost of the subsidy payments that make the investment returns for turbines so high.

It is little less than Government sponsored robbery of the poor for the benefit of the rich”

William Hyde, DFH, C.ENG, Fellow IET and John Webley, Chairman, KWAG.

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Art, for us, is not an end in itself but it is an opportunity for the expression of true perception and criticism of the times we live in

Hugo Ball, founder of Cabaret Voltaire and father of Dada

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Links to Work 820; Echoes – a CO2 Conundrum

Dada Instant City Reloaded – Coming Soon.

London comes extra alive in 2016, wakes up to DADA!

Loads of events taking place across the capital from this May. Here,  Zurich – the home of Dada- meets London. Boxing mayhem, Dadaistic mobile tents and much much more…

Instant City Reloaded

 

Instant City Reloaded. Be there or be square – or at least extremely uncool

https://www.zurichmeetslondon.org/

 

 

 

 

 

Work No. 838; The Persistence of Addiction II

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The Persistence of Addiction II
Michael St.Mark  2016

 

A familiar local character / confirmed punter  takes a break from the stress of losing

Welwyn Garden City, Herts.

 

Links back 11 years to our 2005 title; The Persistence of Addiction

 

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Work No. 837; The Absolute Apices of Fashion

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The Middleton Brow / The Absolute Apices of Fashion
Michael St.Mark 2016

 

( Digitally enhanced monochrome enlargement taken from public domain photographic portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge )

Signed edition of 10 only silver nitrate prints, 48″ x 9″
£550 ( unframed )
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” Thick, arched and selfie-ready”; do remember ladies, one isn’t absolutely up to Tatler fashion speed without the ‘Middleton brow’

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Links to Work No. 560 from 2013; Camillia Camouflage

Work No. 836; Party Time II

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Party Time II
c. Dingo, 2016

 

Perfect on the wall at those smart parties you’ll doubtless all be throwing this spring

 

Signed edition of x25 Lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura
21″ x 17″
£450 ( unframed)

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Dadaist Dingo:

” Putting / Seeing the Extra in the Ordinary” TM

 

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Work No 835; Forest Fire

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Forest Fire
Dingo, 2016

 

This evening’s unusually firey sunset refracted through woodland.
A1, Welwyn Herts.
( unprocessed image  )

Artist Dingo; ” Seeing/Putting the Extra in the Ordinary ” TM
Creating a genre since 2005

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