15 Mar

BogArt, art in the toilets, is an innovative feature of the quirky artspace that is Swansea’s Cinema & Co. I took advantage of these spaces to display work by some of Swansea’s female creatives for the exhibition I organised for International Women’s Day on March 8th (continues until 20th). I like displaying art in toilets, lots of people get to see it. And if Marcel Duchamp could display an urinal as a work of art, I’m happy to put art in the bogs. It has been such a pleasure to exhibit work by so many talented and committed women artists and I am privileged to be surrounded by so much creativity.


‘Herstory’, a collaboration by Scribblah (me) and Unity (Amelia Thomas)


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Four vaginas by Ally Jay Phillips, named after areas of Swansea: Wind Street, Castle Gardens, The Bay and The Kingsway.


On the left, drawings by Doodlemum (Angie Stevens) and on the right, drawing en plein air from Scribblah (me)

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Art in the toilet – BOGART!

6 Responses to “BogArt”

  1. anna warren portfolio March 19, 2018 at 08:01 #

    Nice idea – and what a great variety of work! I love your postcard sized landscapes.

  2. Alli Farkas March 17, 2018 at 22:40 #

    The artwork all looks incredibly attractive in its exhibit space–I, the pessimist, would be thinking that’s a great place for thieves to pocket some of the smaller pieces. 😏

  3. Phil Cooper March 16, 2018 at 19:28 #

    Why do I never see art in the bogs? Such a great idea 😊 and LOVE the art!

    • Rosie Scribblah March 16, 2018 at 20:22 #

      Thanks Phil. I love the idea, Anna of Cinema & Co came up with it, she’s proud of her bogs😀


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