Brit Bunkley is a New Zealand-based artist and videographer whosepractice includes the construction of large-scale outdoor sculptures andinstallations as well as the creation of ‘impossible’ moving and still imagesand architecture designed using 3D modelling, video editing, and image editingprograms.

Bunkley, a NZ/USA dual citizen, has received a National Endowment forthe Arts fellowship, two NY state grants, and the Rome Prize Fellowship in theUSA.

In 2012, he was an award winner at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art forthe «Now&After» Festival. He participated in the Athens Digital ArtsFestival in 2017 and File Sao Paolo (multiple times 2005-2023). Bunkleyscreened his video, Ghost Shelter/6, at The Federation Square Big Screen,Channels Festival 2017, Melbourne, and at the Oberhausen Short Film Festival,Oberhausen, Germany, in 2018.

Bunkley also makes experimental documentaries, which he screened atDocfest Kassel 2019 and Jihlava IDFF 2021 and 2022 in the Czech Republic.

In 2023, his video screenings include the Video Art Miden, the MunicipalGallery of Thessaloniki, Greece; the Ibrida Festival of ExperimentalAudiovisual, Forlì, Italy; the Malatesta Short Film Festival, Cesena, Italy;Odds & Ends experimental film festival, Charlottesville, Virginia andRencontres Paris/Berlin.

Recent group exhibitions (2023) include the Surrealist Vacation ResortCologne -in collaboration with the Institute für Alles Mögliche Berlin and theTorrance Art Museum, Torrance, LA; New Realism/Altered Reality at theGallery23, NYC; the Hochkantfilmfest (video exhibited on advertising screens inBremen, Germany), FILE, Sao Paolo, New Realism/Altered Reality, Gallery23 inNYC and RPM23, Boston.

Recent solo exhibitions include the Sarjeant Gallery, Whanganui, NewZealand, in 2018; the Institut für Alles Mögliche/Stützpunkt Teufelsberg,Berlin, 2019; the Rabbit Room, Napier, NZ, 2022; Scott Lawrie Gallery, AucklandNew Zealand 2022, and aGallery, Whanganui, NZ 2023. 

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