Georgia Grace Gibson


18 year old artist // durham north east england

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Strangely enough, my work was featured on Meadham Kirchhoff’s ‘research wall’ for their latest collection! Big thanks to rookiemag for making me do a double take while flicking through this article about it. Really very weird but really very cool. Said article is here, my 'Beyonce's Period' piece is slide 4 but there’s really loads of other interesting stuff on there so I’d have a look through it all! 

I was picked as an “artist to watch” for Nakid Magazine! I had no idea I was going to be on till it was posted. There’s some really cool artists on there that they’ve introduced me to and it’s super weird to be alongside those so talented on their site, check it out here.

I had a feature in the new issue of The Riveter Review! It’s lovely to see some interest in my ceramics lately. I’m very happy to be featured alongside some really inspirational artists in this zine. Check out everything these girls are doing @ theriveterreview !

ch0ndrules asks: Are you enjoying it? I really should visit Durham, I've heard it is. When did your art first assume a feminist angle?

It’s alright so far! I’m struggling a little because it’s very ‘explore all these ideas and theme we’re giving you’ in order for people to find out what topics they want to focus on, but I kinda already know what I like doing. But I’m excited for the final projects and to be able to make cool ceramics and (hopefully) glass pieces.
I first began feminist art in my second art project when I started sixth form (so I was like 16/17). The project was about rape culture, it’s still online here, but I warn you it’s not very good! 

ch0ndrules asks: I've enjoyed looking through your art. Don't have anything very profound to tell you about it, but you seem cool. Applying to Durham uni this year, are you still at school too?

Oh thank you! I’ve just finished sixth form, and I’ve just started a foundation arts diploma at sunderland university. I spent a lot of time in durham as that was where my sixth form was. It’s very very lovely. 

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I really really enjoyed this interview with FabulouslyFeminist.com! Wonderful site that I’m thrilled to be on, and I was so happy to be asked such intriguing questions by people who seemed so genuinely interested in my work and the themes of it. The interview is here, and I’d advise everyone to take a look around the whole site also! 

I had quite an amount of work selected for We’re Here, We’re Queer zine this issue! I was also selected for the cover photo, which is cool!! This is super super important to me because I’m incredibly passionate about working in queer only settings. The work in this is wonderful and I’d love for this project to continue and expand. So thrilled to be in it! Check out the zine here.

Anonymous asks: I was planning on asking for one of your shirts for my birthday, will they still be available in the next two months?

Oh yeah definitely! Hopefully there’ll be some new designs as well. If there’s anything paticular that you want on anything (shirts, tote bags, whatever) then just drop me a message and I can do it for you :-) 

I made this transparent version of 'I Don't Only Have Glitter In My Veins' for a project with thepulpzine and katenash. I couldn’t face not putting it on my blog because it looks too cute against the background! 

I made this transparent version of 'I Don't Only Have Glitter In My Veins' for a project with thepulpzine and katenash. I couldn’t face not putting it on my blog because it looks too cute against the background!