Brit Bunkley works with multiple media including print, sculpture, drawings and private and public installations. He is represented in numerous international collections and has completed a dozen permanent and temporary public art projects. In addition, he has received several grants and fellowships including a Wallace Trust grant in New Zealand; a New York State Fellowship (CAPS) grant, a New York State Council on the Arts project grant, a USA National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and the Rome Prize Fellowship.

Recent international group exhibitions include "Sanctioned Array-Other2 Specify" at the White Box gallery in NYC, Scope Basil, "Rencontres Internationales" Paris/Berlin/Madrid at the Centre Pompidou and at the Reina Sofia National Museum, Madrid, Spain; The Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; "FILE 2012" at the SESI' Cultural Centre Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art where he won third prize for his video Paradox of Plenty. In 2012, he exhibited at Sanderson Contemporary Art, Auckland, NZ in the exhibitions "Nomophobia, Creep, and Lazy Last Sunday"; "Something In the Water" at the Sarjeant Gallery, and he screened video through CologneOff 8 at META House Phnom Penh; Budapest International Shortfilm Festival, Hungry and ExTeresa Arte Actua,Mexico City, Mexico. Bunkley’s most recent solo exhibitions were at the Suite Gallery Wellington, NZ June 2012 and at the Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre in Auckland January-February 2013.

Bunkley has completed a dozen temporary and permanent public art projects. Bunkley completed the commission Hear My Train in Wanganui, New Zealand April 2012. He will have an on-going public screening at the Oslo Central Station, Oslo Screen Festival in collaboration with Kunsthall Oslo, Oslo, Norway.

Brit Bunkely lives and works in New Zealand. For more information see