Jeremy Gluck (MArts) is an expatriate Canadian, UK-based metamodernist intermedia artist. His background is multidisciplinary, spanning, writing, music, and art. Inspired by Metzger, the Fluxus artists, Bacon, William Burroughs, and the Beats, his aspiration is to communicate visually so that the viewer is part of a unitive, experiential energy, merging space, place and meaning. Jeremy Gluck has exhibited in London, Sydney, and Swansea, and been curated for the Bath Arts Fringe, and SHIFT (Glasgow) festivals. Currently, Jeremy is pursuing postgraduate studies incorporating neologistic work such as No-production, the successor concept to Nonceptualism (the latter in 2020 showcased by OL).
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