“Post-Brexit Anxiety and Depression”: An Interview with Mark James

by Jeremy Gluck for GS Artists Three years and more of self-abuse by the body politic later, Great Britain is a country on the edge of a nervous breakdown (and, conceivably, eventually the edge of a noxious breakup). The response of accomplished, internationally commissioned Cardiff-based artist, graphic designer and filmmaker Mark James, “Post-Brexit Anxiety and…

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GS’s Scott Mackenzie Interviewed

by Jeremy Gluck for GS Artists Based in Swansea, Scott Mackenzie graduated from Swansea College of Art in 2016 with a degree in Fine Art. His work is primarily concerned with issues of inequality and identity politics in the U.K. Using a range of mixed media from photography to sculpture and text that incorporates symbols…

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Scott Mackenzie in conversation:

September 6th 6 p.m. GS Artists is proud to host an in-conversation event featuring current Artist at Work, GS co-director Scott Mackenzie, whose superb show, NOTHING HAS CHANGED is exhibiting now. Subtitled “From Aberfan to Grenfell”, the work provides a cross-section of the zeitgeist, exposing raw nerves and shattered attention bearing on our personal and…

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Ashtanga Yoga @ GS Artists

We love our gallery being used all the time! We hold weekly yoga classes, and now are hosting Yoga Teacher Trainings. Currently we have Jamie Blowers of Jamie Yoga Trainings delivering a 200 hour Modified Ashtanga Training, along with the wonderful Ana Victoria Chidzoy of HotPodYoga.  We cant wait for the new graduates to start teaching…

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Sarah Poland’s “Treasure in Stillness” at GS Artists

by Clare Ferguson-Walker for GS Artists “Treasure in Stillness” is a dynamic, dramatic exploration of natural colour and movement, lines collide and dance making new tones where they cross, as with all relationships, where energies meet, something greater than the sum of its parts is created. Elements of tribal art are celebrated using paints and…

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Call Centre: An Interview with Myles Mansfield

By Jeremy Gluck for GS Artists Call Centre, Myles Mansfield’s new show, opened on May 31st at 211 High Street Swansea. A highly original and inventive show curated by Myles and Benesek Monk, featuring kinetic, interactive and steel sculptures and painting, its “analogue art” approach is at once retro-futuristic and removed from time, a peculiar…

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Axe Head Collective Joins GS Artists

GS Artists is pleased to welcome as interns the Axe Head Collective, four postgraduate Swansea College artists. Axe Head Collective was founded in 2017 by four UWTSD Swansea College of Art Fine Art undergraduates, Alina Skorohoda, Demian Johnston, Jeremy Gluck, and Melissa Rodrigues, who, having become friends and discovered an ease in communication and collaboration,…

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