Approved: 10.04.2019

Jeremy Gluck

Artist, Film-maker, Maker, Researcher, Writer

Approved: 10.04.2019

Working as a fine artist in digital art, film, installation and mixed media. Uncompromising works confront the viewer, encouraging a physical, sensitive, or conceptual experience of each. Radical artistic engagement is the mission statement. Embracing pre-conceptual mind-language art.  I reveal what I conceal, I
conceal what I reveal... 

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      Artist Statement

      Working as a fine artist in digital art, film, installation and mixed media. Uncompromising works confront the viewer, encouraging a physical, sensitive, or conceptual experience of each. Radical artistic engagement is the mission statement. Embracing pre-conceptual mind-language art.  I reveal what I conceal, I
      conceal what I reveal... 

      In collaboration with School Lead Practitioner at an Inner London school in Lewisham, in the process of developing a digital art project around meme art, covered by Schools Week. We collaborated on a live art pilot work with the students.  Currently planning a project for
      SSAT, The Schools, Students and Teachers network, research from which will input to academic research.

      Interning with GS Artists, Swansea, joining their thriving artist collective.

      Collaborating currently with Phase47 on multimedia work.

      Work available on sale and commission. My writing on art published by Outside Left, US W. Coast arts magazine. 

      SOLO AND JOINT EXHIBITIONS

      November 2019 ‘One-pointed’ solo digital art exhibition, Elysium Gallery, Swansea

      October 2019 50fifty, University of Trinity Wales St. David

      October 2019 Axe Head to Everything II, GS Artists, Swansea

      June 2019 Gallericide, …and the breathing, University of Trinity Wales St. David

      June 2019 Gallericide Street Art Exhibition, Sydney, Australia

      June 2019 Gallericide, Alpha Gallery, Sydney

      May 2019 What Will Remain Group Show, College Street Gallery, Swansea

      May 2019 ...and the breathing, UWTSD, Swansea

      March 2019 No Show Museum, Switzerland (Online)

      March 2019 Axe Head to Everything II, Volcano Theatre, Swansea

      November 2018 STUDIO 95 GROUP SHOW, Creative Bubble, Swansea

      July 2018 THE STUDENT BEINGS (Expanded) Lewisham Arthouse, London

      June 2018 SUBTITLES PLEASE University of Trinity Wales St. David

      March 2018 AXE HEAD TO EVERYTHING Volcano Theatre, Swansea

      March 2018 BLACK DOG University of Trinity Wales St. David

      February 2018 to Present PLANETRY ONLINE (Online exhibition)

      February 2018 CANTEEN 18, Swansea

      January 2018 INCEPTION Volcano Theatre, Swansea

      December 2017 MINITOPIAN GALLERY Grand Theatre, Swansea 

      December 2017 THE UNSTITUTE (Online exhibition)

      December 2017 GAME OF MEMES Hundred Years Gallery, London

      CV & Education

      Jeremy SAMUEL Gluck

      nonceptualism@protonmail.com

      8, Oscar Chess House, Swansea, Wales, UK SA1 4NG

      07823550735

      https://www.axisweb.org/p/jeremygluck/

      Working as a fine artist in digital art, film, installation and mixed media. Completed my Fine Art B.A. (Hons) at Swansea College of Art, awarded a First, and will now go on to my MArts at the same college. Recently presented my paper on Gustav Metzger at the UWTSD Nexus Learning and Teaching Conference in Swansea, Wales.

      PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: ARTS

       

      May 2019 – date Intern

      GS Artists, Swansea

      Originally an artist run space starting in the studio of established UK artist Jane Simpson in 2014, originally known as Galerie Simpson, it developed into GS Artists, which is run voluntarily by a group of directors, as a not for profit company. My responsibilities include maintenance of the website.

       

      May –July 2019 Resident Digital Artist

      Eltham Hill School, London SE9 5EE

      Resident artist at this excelling South London School on a digital live art project, working with Year 12 and thirty Year 7 students. As part of the project, I was nominated by students for a Jack Petchey Award. The project has been covered in the prestigious SSAT (Student, Students and Teachers) Journal.

      SOLO AND JOINT EXHIBITIONS

      SOLO AND JOINT EXHIBITIONS

      June 2019 Gallericide, …and the breathing, University of Trinity Wales St. David

      June 2019 Gallericide Street Art Exhibition, Sydney, Australia

      June 2019 Black Dog II, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea

      June 2019 Gallericide, Alpha Gallery, Sydney

      May 2019 What Will Remain Group Show, College Street Gallery, Swansea

      May 2019 ...and the breathing, UWTSD, Swansea

      March 2019 No Show Museum, Switzerland (Online)

      March 2019 Axe Head to Everything II, Volcano Theatre, Swansea

      November 2018 STUDIO 95 GROUP SHOW, Creative Bubble, Swansea

      July 2018 THE STUDENT BEINGS (Expanded) Lewisham Arthouse, London

      June 2018 SUBTITLES PLEASE University of Trinity Wales St. David

      March 2018 AXE HEAD TO EVERYTHING Volcano Theatre, Swansea

      March 2018 BLACK DOG University of Trinity Wales St. David

      February 2018 to Present PLANETRY ONLINE (Online exhibition)

      February 2018 CANTEEN 18, Swansea

      January 2018 INCEPTION Volcano Theatre, Swansea

      December 2017 MINITOPIAN GALLERY Grand Theatre, Swansea 

      December 2017 THE UNSTITUTE (Online exhibition)

      December 2017 GAME OF MEMES Hundred Years Gallery, London

      November 2017 JOINT EXHIBITION: GAME OF MEMES Vinyl Deptford Gallery, London

      June 2017 TABULA RASA University of Trinity Wales St. David

      Swansea May 2017 THE HUMAN BEINGS Cinema and Co.

       

      RECENT PUBLICATIONS

      My creative activities have been extensively documented by physical and digital publications for over thirty years. Recent such publications:

      January 2018 Schools Week, London school runs ‘meme’ club for pupil premium students Coverage of the Eltham Hill School project.

      November 2017 i-94bar.com, From Barracudas to Unbeing Sage, Australian feature.

      October 2017 Fogged Clarity, Chicago, USA Two features on my digital artwork.

      EXPERIENCE: THIRD SECTOR and COMMUNITY ARTS

      Facilitator: Generation You

      May-June 2016 Swansea Music Art Digital, Swansea SA1

      An eight-week, 32 hour project funded by Awards for All focusing on mental health and wellbeing, challenging the stereotypes of 'Generation Me'.

      Facilitator: The Love Project

      2015 Jobcentre Plus, High Street, Swansea, United Kingdom

      Facilitated a weekly holistic self-development course for Swansea Jobcentre, working with DWP Post-Work Program customers over 18 weeks.

      2013-16 I Am News, Swansea Music Art and Dance, Project Content Team Leader

      Responsible for training of community news teams for this 3-year Big Lottery funded project.

      2009-2016Funding Bid Writer Swansea, United Kingdom

      Co-written four successful funding bids for Swansea MAD, including one for a major 3 year Lottery-funded project, one for Awards for All, and two for major statutory sector organisations.

      Originated and/or co-created successful funding bids to a total thus far of: £584,000.00

      2016 Generation You Awards for All 3k Mental health recovery project for young people.

      2013-2016 Big Lottery 217k  I Am News: 3 year, Big Lottery funded, Community Journalism Project.

      2010-2013 Transcend 225k, 3 year, award winning project funded by The Big Lottery.

      2015-Ongoing Active Inclusion 77k   Active Inclusion is managed by Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) supported by funding from European Structural Funds.

      2015 The Love Project 15k Tender to DWP for employability/self-development training.

      2012 Gwir Vol/WCVA 7k Tawe and County supported homeless youth to document their lives.

      2007 SWSHI: (for SCVS) 30k Swansea Self-Help Initiative (Self-Harm Project)

       

      November 2009-October 2013 Volunteer Director, Swansea Music Art and Dance

      Based on my experience in the arts and voluntary sector, I was invited to be a Director of the company.

      November 2005 to October 2013 Mental Health Forum Information and Research Worker

      Mental Health Recovery Training Facilitator

      Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Walter Road, Swansea SA1

      I supported the work of the Swansea Mental Health Forum with publications and research work. From February to May of 2008 with James Thomas, the Staff Development and Policy Implementation Officer for the City and County Swansea I co-facilitated training of over one hundred local staff.

      November 2004 to June 2005 e-learning Development Officer

      Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Walter Road, Swansea SA1

      ELWA funded post with sole responsibility for facilitating e-learning with and through SCVS affiliates.

      September 2004 to October 2004 Learning Support Worker (Sessional)

      Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Walter Road, Swansea SA1

      Assisting participants / learners where the individual had a specific support need.

      July 2004 to October 2004 Development Worker

      Swansea Skills Service, Dynevor Place, Swansea SA1

      In collaboration created a pioneering assessment for Pre-entry Milestone level, and produced resources mapped to the Curriculum.  Assessment and delivery took place at TRACS (residential home for brain injury patients). The Assessment Pack was in used at sites in the City & County of Swansea.

      February 2004 to June 2004 Basic Skills Tutor

      Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Walter Road, Swansea SA1

      Providing secondment cover delivering teaching, research and administration.

      February 2004 to October 2004 Basic Skills Tutor

      BTCV, Cynon Close, Llansamlet Enterprise, Morriston, Swansea SA6 8Q

      Contracted by this busy inner-city charity to provide basic skills tutorials to young people aged 18-25 on the Jobcentreplus Environmental Task Force option.

      September 2003 to 2004 Sessional Support Worker

      WISE (Welsh Institute for Supported Employment), 17 Mansel Street, Swansea SA1

      Worker supporting learning disabilities clients into volunteer and paid roles.

      August 2003 to 2004 Volunteer Sessional Support Worker

      The Foyer, 34 Alexandra Road, Swansea SA1

      Working with young people aged 16-24 at this sheltered accommodation project, delivering guidance and career development on a one-to-one basis.

       

      February to July 2003 Volunteer Gateway to Work Relief Worker

      Swansea College, The Kingsway Centre, The Kingsway, Swansea

      Volunteer Relief Worker for course for NEETs aged 18-25.

      February 2003 to present   Volunteer Basic Skills (Literacy) Tutor

      WISE (Welsh Institute For Supported Employment), 17 Mansel Street, Swansea SA1

      Volunteer literacy tutor at WISE, preparing students for Entry Level 3 assessment.

      Experience 2: WRITING

      1977 – date Freelance Journalist/Copywriter/Novelist    

      Published in national and international hard copy and online press and periodicals including The Guardian, Q, MOJO, New Scientist.

      2008 - date Rock's Backpages (Archives outstanding music journalism)

      2009 Chipmunka Publishing Two titles, ‘The Mental Health Recovery Guide’ and ‘Light on Water’

      2002 Copywriter S8080/Imagitech Ltd Contracted to reinvent copy for both company web sites.

      2001 – 2002 Screenwriter Gazel Publishing, London Commissioned to write The White River”.

      1994 GGK, London Commercial copywriting for clients including IBM, Bell’s, TIME and Safeway.

      1987-88 Fourth Estate Novels: ‘Necrotrivia Vs. SKULL’ (1987, reprinted by Chipmunka Publishing 2012); ‘God Is Love, Get It in Writing’, 1988).

      1977-93 SOUNDS Staff journalist for national music weekly.

       

       

       

       

      EXPERIENCE 3: MUSIC                  

      Jeremy Gluck is a cult recording artist, a songwriter, lead singer, and prolific electronic music composer. Lead singer of The Barracudas who achieved UK chart success in the 1980s, appearing on Top of the Pops, and maintain a strong radio and television presence; labels include EMI, Cherry Red, Lemon Records (UK); BOMP! (US); Air Mail (Japan); Closer Records (FR). Jeremy Gluck has had songs covered by artists including Amy Nuttall, Lydia Lunch, Rowland S Howard (The Birthday Party, Crime and the City Solution, These Immortal Souls), and Nikki Sudden (The Swell Maps). Co-writer of hit singles released by Amy Nuttall, and Rowan Keating.

      SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY

      2011-2017 As one half of electronic music duo Plasticon, with Grammy-nominated mastering engineer Don Tyler, release on Palm Zone Music the EP "Saving the Future for Today" and releases on Midnight Music Machine of Plasticon collaborations with leading LA DJ Seth Krafft. Releases also digitally and on cassette with Illuminated Paths (US), and Logarithm (Greece)
      2016 ‘Surrendered to My Function’ (Surrism Phonoethics GER)

      2015-16 ‘When I Am Memory’ and ‘Kali Yuga Has Come’ with The Carbon Manual (Flicknife UK; Surrism Phonoethics GER)
      2014 ‘Memory Deluxe’ with Robert Coyne on Flicknife Records (UK)

      2011 Sleep on The Edge with Dave Fuglewicz on Terranean Recordings  

      2010 ‘Whisper EP’ Red Star Music

      2008 ‘Victim of Dreams’ Diesel Motor Records                                

      2007 I Am Time ‎(7", EP)         Perpetrator Records, Perpetrator Records               

      1987-8 ‘I Knew Buffalo Bill’ and ‘Burning Skulls Rise’ With Nikki Sudden, Rowland S. Howard and Epic Soundtracks

      2011 Appearing in the award-winning Ghost Pictures (AUS) documentary on Rowland S. Howard, Autoluminescent, debuted at the Melbourne Film Festival summer 2011.

                 

      Education AND MEMBERSHIPS

      2016-date (ongoing) Studio Site and Context, Fine Art B.A., University of Wales Trinity St. David

      2003    Initial Certificate in Teaching Basic Skills 9282, The Phoenix Centre, Swansea.

      1984 – current   Associate Member of the Performing Rights Society.       

      1978    Secondary School Graduation Diploma, Ridgemont High School, Ottawa, Canada.         

       

      COURSES AND TRAINING

      2014   City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector

      2010   StressPac Training, Swansea and Neath, Wales

      2008   Mental Health First Aid, The Gnoll, Neath, Wales

      2007   Mental Capacity, Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea SA1

      2006   Mental Health Awareness, Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea SA1

      2004   Befriending Training, INVOLVE, Swansea SA1

      2004   Dyslexia Awareness Training I & II, Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea SA1

      2004   Basic Skills Assessment, Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea SA1

      2004   Basic Skills Awareness Workshop, Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea SA1

      2004   Training in Systematic Instruction, Workers Education Association/WISE, Swansea.

      2003   Disability Awareness Training, Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea SA1

       

       

       

      REFERENCES

      Prof. Sue Williams

      Programme Director of Fine Art: Studio Site & Context

      Swansea College of Art

      University of Wales Trinity Saint David

      Dynevor Centre 

      De La Beche Street

      Swansea, SA1 3EU, Wales, UK 

      Phone: 01792 481000

      Int. Extension: 3347

      E-mail: sue.williams@uwtsd.ac.uk

       

      Professor Tim Davies BA (Hons), MA, FHEA

      Senior Lecturer in Fine Art

      Swansea College of Art

      University of Wales Trinity Saint David

      Dynevor Centre 

      De La Beche Street

      Swansea, SA1 3EU, Wales, UK 

      Phone: 01792 481000

      E-mail: tim.davies@uwtsd.ac.uk