Work No. 611; Boat Race Man; remembering Trenton Oldfield

Boat race Man

Boat race Man


Michael St.Mark 2012

A one-man Easter crusade against the tide of Tory blue nastiness wrecking the nation.

Multi-phase photo manipulation artist-retouched signed edition Lightjet prints

Remembering the admirably- principled activist from down under, who literally risked his neck earlier this year to remind 30 million viewers worldwide of the nasty, pernicious Oxbridge-run class system still thriving ( running the government,the banks, the media and arts; extorting via unelected privilege and exerting gross inequality across the jobs and opportunities market ) in the “home of Democracy”; just a few days ago learning from some crusty old beak that a custodial sentence is on the cards for “creating a public nuisance”.

Whereas in fact “Trenton did a good deed, to be considered performance art in line with the moral protest spirit of Dada” – Michael St.Mark



The price of peaceful direct action protest against obscene inequalty
and inhumane policy in a de facto fascist-capitalist state


Read the background story here


Link to the Work and purchase details from London Dada Archive

London Dada Work 610; Bereavement Twister

Bereavement twister
Bereavement Twister
c. 2007, Michael St.Mark


Chance picture in low light conditions of a morose girl dressed in black, walking slowly around an old dock basin in Annan, SW Scotland as if absorbed in memory.
Title relates to the terrible whirlwind of chaos, grief and overpowering sense of loss that grips the minds of those newly bereaved or rejected in love ( the two emotions can feel similar )

Signed edition of 50 fine art giclee prints onto Ilford Pearl
15″ x 12″
£350 (unframed)


Fresh Widow

Related work by Marcel Duchamp 1920, replica @ 1964.
( Tate)