Greater London Glass
c. M. St.Mark 2006
Based on Duchamp’s 1920s Great Glass series, where the Dada artist left a pane of glass on a high rise apartment ledge in Berlin for several weeks, to collect the city’s airborne particles; in this instance we are looking up from an underground facility in Hampstead, to see over 100 years of London residues ingrained into a Victorian dual-coloured leaded lights grating, inset into the pavement above.
( Scroll the page and the glass appears to flex.)
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c. Michael St.Mark 2006
What a lovely piece of found street sculpture – if one of Serota’s young darlings installed it in the Tate Mod, they’d even call it art . . .( oh God, don’t give him ideas, he’d be dangerous – Ed.).
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