Brit Bunkley - Sheep Jet Head
Sheep Jet Head is a computer generated map of a passing jet plane
flying across a sheep's head and body as it stands in a rural landscape.
By capturing invented scenes in a believable but slightly skewed setting,
Bunkley illustrates his view of globalised modern life.
Bunkley is Head
of Sculpture and a lecturer in digital media at the Quay School of the
Arts, UCOL in Wanganui , New Zealand . He began using computers as a design
tool for public sculpture in 1992. His work uses various 3D rapid prototype
printing technologies, traditional castings and CNC milling. Brit Bunkley
exhibited at SIGGRAPH - Intersections, Boston in 2006 and is represented
by the Mary Newton Gallery, Wellington.