Jeremy Gluck M.A. (Hons) works as a fine artist in NFT art, postdigital visual and sound art, installation, and performance. In July 2019 he presented his paper on Gustav Metzger at the UWTSD Nexus Conference in Swansea, Wales. He has exhibited in London, Sydney, Bath, and Swansea, is a member of Non-Place Collective based at Fringe Arts Bath, and is a co-founder of Swansea-based Axe Head Collective. A film created by him is now part of the BFI archive.

Part of a growing body of postdigital work built, not born, of “no-production” (the artist’s neologism referring to the phenomenon of the action of unmaking or the process of being so unmade, that point at which the liminal collapses without hope of progression), Gluck’s current practice is an NFT interrogation incorporating live coding, glitch, writing, spoken word, and photography. With its soothing yet unsettling atmosphere, Gluck’s work responds to the world within, the non-place of the subconscious, and its diverse expressions. 

Selected Works by Jeremy Gluck