Cass ART: Guest Lecture: 'Artist Taxi Driver' by Mark McGowan
Mark McGowan By profession, McGowan is a London taxi driver and occasional University speaker and arts tutor. McGowan is known internationally for his performance art including shock art, street art and installation art, and as a stuntman, internet personality, video blogger, social commentator, social critic, satirist, political activist, peace activist, and an anti-establishment, anti- war, anti-capitalist, anti-monarchist and anti-power elite protester.
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