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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Rhythm: The Day GS Turned Dayglo!

Please join us at GS Artists on Friday January 10th at 6 pm for the opening of our next Artist at Work project. Rhythm, a solo art show by local Swansea based artist and GS intern ‘Fraser’, explores the comfort of familiarity and altered memory. Depicting universally recognised forums and disrupting the familiar via syncopated…

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Craig Wood In Conversation with Fiona Banner, Bethel Chapel, April 7th, 2019.

Download the full Craig Wood In Conversation with Fiona Banner PDF here. Following is a section of one of the studio conversations recorded by the artists and transcribed at their discretion. The venue was Bethel Chapel (Craig’s studio) on April the 7th, 2019.  Craig Wood These are these early polythene water pieces that I made. Fiona Banner…

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Axe Head to Everything IV

Axe Head Collective celebrates its GS Artists internship with a show opening October 18th, running until October 31st. Formed in 2017 by four UWTSD Swansea College of Art Fine Art artists, Alina Skorohoda, Demian Johnston, Jeremy Gluck, and Melissa Rodrigues, to considerable aplomb Axe Head’s self-directed debut show, ‘Axe Head to Everything’ opened in March…

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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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