GS Artists: Alina Skorohoda

Alina Skorohoda’s artwork explores the notion of woman’s duty to the world. She responds to the feelings of obligation that haunt women everywhere, using domestic objects in her work; through altering these objects, she questions attitudes, fears and unwritten rules which have formed a hostile environment for women and their behavior within it, and the…

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GS Artists: Claire Annabel Francis

GS Artists director Claire Annabel Francis‘s work examines the duality of binary structures within society and the ways of human thinking that often determines us as outside of, in opposition to or above our counterpart. The primacy of the natural world is in many ways forgotten due to the meanings inculcated onto it, we forget…

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GS Artists: Tomos Sparnon

Mae gwaith Tomos yn archwilio’r hyn ydyw i fod yn ddynol. Trwy baentio, arlunio, cerflunio a dulliau eraill, mae’n archwilio perthynas dyn â’i gyd-ddyn, â’r byd, â gwrthrychau, â’i hunan ac â Duw. Ei nod yw dal y gwrthdrawiad rhwng y gweladwy a’r anweladwy, rhwng realiti a’r hyn nad yw’n real. Gellir gweld rhagor o…

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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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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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Swansea artists picture Michael Sheen

Welsh film star Michael Sheen has been handed a new role – as the subject for more than 100 Swansea portraits. The resulting 140-plus images of Port Talbot-raised Sheen went on show in GS Artists Gallery on High Street, Swansea. Pictures were submitted from a range of exhibitors from schools, colleges, support groups and adult…

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Rainworks: GS Community Art Collaboration with Cwmavon

GS Artists were collaborators with our landlords, Coastal Housing, on bringing what we termed, “Secret Street Art” to Wales.  We created a series of secret messages around the Ynys Lee Estate near Port Talbot, that only appear when it rains. Read on: New artwork can only be seen when it rains South Wales Evening Post…

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“There is a politics of space as space is politics” at GS Artists – November 16th to December 5th.

GS Artists is proud to present our new group exhibition  “There is a politics of space as space is politics”.  Continuing our Activism Autumn season, this time our attention focusing  on more established artists and their political comments in art form. The artworks will include the film ‘Election Abstract‘ by Cornelia Parker that she created as the official…

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