Michael St.Mark 2016
One of a vertically-formatted photographic triptych taken of Regents Park Canal surface, immediately post heavy rain shower.
(Accompanying Video Version 890V )
” Our brief lives, like concentric waves expanding outwards from the drop of birth, until they again fade and join with the eternal infinite pool ” – M. St.M
Re-post from 2007 by our dastardly clever direct art action artist Art Axis and equally applicable 9 years on, where no one in the UK today is waking up to a White Christmas, courtesy of an exceptionally mild SW airstream covering the entire British Isles.
he can memorize the bible back to front.
OTHERS, that he’s the grandson of Marcel Duchamp who was adopted by Salvador Dali as a child….
All we know is …. he’s called ART AXIS, our resident direct action Dada artist and he wants to not wish but give you all a Merry DADA White Christmas, in probably the only place in the entire UK this year, courtesy of 10 X 5 litres of a well-known brand of washing up liquid poured into Sudbury municipal fountain at 6am this very Xmas eve morn. A strong to gale force westerly blew the huge suds tumbling through the town, causing major hilarity and traffic disruption among the feverish last-minute Xmas shoppers..:yes::))
( Larger pics are click-thru enlargeable again )
Fairy Liquid snowball fight anyone?
Oh what fun it was to ‘vandalize’ a stuffy local authority water feature..
He’s dreaming of a white Christmas – but like one you’ve never known
All photos copyright Art Axis 2007
A more recent Art Axis Dada protest Work; Tate Modern Transition ( 2016 )
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KCO3 ( Off the Back of an Art Lorry)
c. Dingo 2016
Builders’ scaffolding planks stacked on a serendipitously number-plated flatbed truck; Whetstone, N. London.
Cropped photograph ( derived from image below – check the number plate 🙂 )
Signed on verso edition of 50 Lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura
100cms x 78cms
£450 ( unframed )
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London Dadaist Dingo – ” Seeing / Putting the Extra in the Ordinary ” TM
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