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  Keith Brown Jason Brown Brit Bunkley Russell Chater  
  Christopher Dean Peter Hofer John Hyatt Drummond Masterton  
  MIRIAD 3D Design Group Adam Nash Mark Palmer rootoftwo  
  Soda Jen Southern Michael Trainor Lee Vincent  
  Marcus Williams/Susan Jowsey Derrick Woodham      

Brit Bunkley - 3D Animations 1999 - 2003
Various 3D animations on DVD created in Windows NT using 3d Studio Viz/Max and Adobe Premiere.

Brit Bunkley is the head of sculpture and a lecturer in digital media at the Quay School of the Arts, Wanganui UCOL in Wanganui, New Zealand. Bunkley began using computers as a design tool for public sculpture in 1992. His use of digital media soon evolved beyond creating designs for actual projects to creating virtual environments, sculptures, and installations that were made physical as large Lambda and ink jet prints and videos. It is his intention that the computer prints and videos function by capturing an invented image in a believable but slightly


skewed setting, which is both convincing and oblique. Other digital work includes 3d print rapid prototypes (3D objects created in layers directly from digital files), castings of the rapid prototypes, and CNC’s (computer numerically controlled milled objects).

Since moving to New Zealand he has had four solo shows in public and private galleries including the recent 3D Work: Signs (and ‘Other Similar Entities’) at Te Tuhi - The Mark in Auckland in February - April 2002 and a show at the McPherson Gallery in Auckland, February 2003. Bunkley also has been included in numerous NZ group shows ranging from St@rt up : New Interactive Media and Animation at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa (projected video animations) to Intersculpt:2001 (which he also curated) at the Adam Gallery in Wellington.

Bunkley has screened video at Expace[ex-space] project#002 video screening, Knitting Factory, NY May 2003, New York, Not Still Art Festival, May 16-17, 2003, The Micro Museum, New York City, the Transference, The Manipulation Of Vision in Sydney, Australia 2003, and participated in the traveling International RP Sculpture Exhibition.



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