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Mark Walker, 'As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double', Digital image, 2010. Courtesy: The artist. sketch for - As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double

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Mark Walker, 'As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double', Digital image, 2010. Courtesy: The artist. sketch for - As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double

Mark Walker, 'As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double', Digital image, 2010. Courtesy: The artist. Sketch for - As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double

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Mark Walker, 'As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double', Digital image, 2010. Courtesy: The artist. Sketch for - As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double

Mark Walker, 'As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double', Digital image, 2010. Courtesy: The artist. Sketch for - As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double

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Mark Walker, 'As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double', Digital image, 2010. Courtesy: The artist. Sketch for - As if one wasn't enough... As if death needed a double

# 2 [8 November 2010]

While working of a series of water colour paintings I plan on calling 'As if one wasn't enough.... As if death needed a double' (this title comes from the second half of a tag line for the western 'For a few dollars more.') I have been making sketches on my computer. These were originally intended as a way to play with composition and arrangements for the paintings but they have become something in their own right. 

Mark Walker, 'Non-Death, Non-Objectivity', Mixed, August 2010. Photo: Mark Walker. Courtesy: The artist. Rotating cardboard skull diagram on oak underneath Malevich on his deathbed icon.

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Mark Walker, 'Non-Death, Non-Objectivity', Mixed, August 2010. Photo: Mark Walker. Courtesy: The artist. Rotating cardboard skull diagram on oak underneath Malevich on his deathbed icon.

Mark Walker, 'Non-Death, Non-Objectivity (details)', Mixed, August 2010. Photo: Mark Walker. Courtesy: The artist. Non-Death, Non-Objectivity (details)

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Mark Walker, 'Non-Death, Non-Objectivity (details)', Mixed, August 2010. Photo: Mark Walker. Courtesy: The artist. Non-Death, Non-Objectivity (details)

# 1 [27 September 2010]

This is the first piece of work I made after finishing studying at Camberwell College of Art. The work was made for a group show of graduate, at the Former Alliance Gallery, Peckham, London.

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Mark Walker

 

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Born in Nottingham, studied Painting in Camberwell, London now living and working in Nottingham.

Artistic practice is concerned with iconoclasm, transgression and humor within art.

 

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