London Dada Work No. 904; The Oxbridge Doors to Equal Opportunity

The doors of opportunity II
The Oxbridge Doors to Equal Opportunity
Michael St.Mark 2017

Sequel to our ” The Doors of Opportunity ” ( 2012 )
Found light blue / dark blue ( boat race colors ) double-locked metal door pair, Westminster.

Fairly explanaTORY, especially after reading this or this

Links to Work no.612; Boatrace Man (remembering Trenton Oldfield )

Saying that London “has the highest inequality in the western world”, Oldfield said the Boat Race was a symbol of elitism in government.

Asked what the boat race had to do with it, he said: “It’s a symbol of a lot of issues in Britain around class; 70% of government pushing through very significant cuts are Oxford or Cambridge graduates.

“It was a symbolic gesture to these kind of issues.”
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Signed print edition details to follow.
London Dada Archive / Investments

Links to Work 734 from 2014; The Graduate

One thought on “London Dada Work No. 904; The Oxbridge Doors to Equal Opportunity

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