GS Artists: Tess Wood

Tess Wood’s practice aims to express and further deepen her own understanding of human interaction and social control, presenting performances to her audience in an attempt to offer them an opportunity, to experience and contemplate feelings towards topics such as gender, sexuality, power and the moments of fear, love, passion and frustration that reside within…

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GS Artists: Abigail Fraser

Abigail Fraser My work is an ongoing investigation into the loving vulnerability connected to the memory of a space and a place. Through using materials such as LED Lights, old television monitors and oil paint, I explore themes of domesticity such as universally recognised objects and symbols of familiarity. For example, recreating the familiar patterns…

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GS Artists: Jeremy Gluck

I conceal what I reveal I reveal what I conceal Jeremy Gluck mainly works with contemporary strategies. By rejecting an objective truth and global cultural narratives, Gluck creates work in which a fascination with the clarity of content and an uncompromising attitude towards conceptual and minimal art often collides with ambiguity and concealment. The work…

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Arddangosfa o waith Jamie Reid gan Tomos Sparnon

O 24 Ionawr i 1 Mawrth 2020, cynhaliwyd arddangosfa o waith yr artist adnabyddus Jamie Reid yn GS Artists, Abertawe.   Mae GS Artists (Galerie Simpson gynt) yn gyfarwydd ag arddangos gwaith artistiaid llwyddiannus ac adnabyddus, er enghraifft Sir Peter Blake, Gavin Turk, Cecile Johnson Soliz a Tim Davies i enwi rhai, ond roedd rhywbeth gwahanol…

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Anja Stenina Knows What You Mean: An Interview

By Jeremy Gluck for GS Artists Anja Stenina‘s show ‘You Know What I Mean‘, appealing to the intellect but also evading it, is apparently cerebral. Posing many questions beyond its name, the show embodies a fundamental challenge: You Know What You Are? The latest expression of a body of work that is as engaging as…

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’You Know What I Mean’ by Anja Stenina

March 6th until March 28th, 2020 Anja Stenina’s GS Artists solo show explores the break down of communication between ideological positions. “You know what I mean” exemplifies the way in which discourse is broken, limited without elaboration or resolution. She uses metaphysical personifications of the Ages of Aquarius and Pisces to symbolise antithetical ideological perspectives…

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Axe Head to Everything: I Have a Heart as Big as the World But… at Volcano Theatre

GS interns’ Axe Head Collective presents its third major March Volcano Theatre group show of Swansea College of Art alumni! Opening March 13th for one week. Titled I Have the Biggest Heart in the World but… this show is Axe Head Collective’s biggest so far, featuring twelve artists and including a performance by exhibiting artist…

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Jamie Reid: The GS Interview

By Jeremy Gluck for GS Artists Punk rock? You know it when you hear – and see – it; months before I heard the debut Ramones album I had put pictures of them from Rock Scene on my wall. I knew. And I was right: the Ramones possessed life-changing powers. They sure as hell changed…

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