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: Demian Johnston

Demian Johnston’s practice builds on a growing body of work with energy concentrated by its confinement – “thinking inside the box”. These ideas value spontaneity, the positioning of objects and making of marks based on inner instinct and expression. Perverse in its initial conception the practice shows dimensions of unpredictability, naturalness, glimpses into the unconscious,…

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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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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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