Manifesto of Nonceptual Art
Swansea News Network is positively rapturous in welcoming this brief moment of here and now by Troublemaker and Nonceptual Artist Jeremy Gluck. When is new art newer (if indeed it exists at all)? Why (if at all) does that matter?
A brand new art manifesto which relocates art to it’s rightful place in the world. #trouble2017 #swanseanewsnetwork
The debut of The Manifesto of Nonceptual Art read by Molly Bloom.
This is the ants’ language.
The Manifesto of Nonceptualism read by Molly Bloom. This is the ants’ language. Music: Plasticon Video: http://www.antscanada.com Instagram: @nonceptualism
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Jeremy Gluck primarily focuses on capturing a snapshot of human consciousness through the utilisation of digital meme.He seeks to explore the traditional hierarchy of how art is perceived. His most recent work reflects the powerful dichotomy,which exists between the narcissism of the digital age and the need for a stark commentary on the post-millennial landscape.Through the utilisation of a raw typography and a monochromatic palette, Gluck invites the audience to consume less and engage more, therefore negating the idea of art having a literal presence.