BritBunkley is a New Zealand-based artist and videographer whose practice includesthe construction of large-scale outdoor sculpture and installations as well asthe creation of ‘impossible’ moving and still images and architecture designedusing 3D modeling, video editing, and image editing programs.

Bunkley,an NZ/USA citizen, has also been a recipient of a National Endowment for theArts fellowship and the Rome Prize Fellowship in the USA. In 2012 Bunkley wasan award winner at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art for the «Now&After»Festival. He shows extensively internationally. He was awarded second prize forthe Sustainability Short Film Competition at The Weatherspoon Art Museum inGainsborough NC, the USA in 2019. 

 International screenings include the White Box galleryin NYC and the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin. In 2012 Bunkley was anaward winner at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art for the «Now&After»Festival. He took part in the Athens Digital Arts Festival and File Sao Paolo2017, 2018, and 2019 and Kasseler Dokfest also in 2019. Bunkley screened hisvideo, Ghost Shelter/6 at The Federation Square Big Screen, Channels Festival2017, Melbourne, and at the Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germanyin 2018, Docfest Kassel 2019 and Jihlava IDFF 2021 and 2022, Czech Republic.

Recentgroup exhibitions include the “Stories of Rust”, Tauranga Art Gallery,Tauranga, NZ, and “Green Around'' in Taipei, Taiwan in 2019, the AucklandBotanic Gardens 2022 and “Sculpture on the Gulf” 2022, Auckland, NZ, the “2021National Contemporary Art Award”, Waikato Museum, Waikato, NZ and “Visions inthe Nunnery”, Bows Art/Nunnery Gallery, London in 2022.

Recent solo exhibitionsinclude Solo exhibitions include the Sarjeant Gallery, Whanganui, New Zealandin 2018, the Institut für Alles Mögliche/Stützpunkt Teufelsberg, Berlin 2019,The Rabbit Room, Napier, NZ 2022 and at Scott Lawrie Gallery, Auckland New Zealand 2022. 

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